Florence, South Carolina 2021-06-10 16:02:14 –
Holly County, South Carolina (WBTW) —Bond was revoked Thursday for Megan Jackson, a woman accused of murdering former Holly County Deputy Coroner Chris Dontel.
Jackson’s bond can be revisited if she isn’t tried within 180 days.
The state filed a motion to revoke the bond after allegedly infringing her bond by pinging a GPS tracker where Jackson was not allowed to enter under the conditions of her bond. .. According to court documents obtained by News13, she also made contact with Dontell physically and by phone, another condition of her bond.
The motion also said Jackson had had children since he was released from prison on bail in November and lived without problems until she was arrested for violating debt terms.
According to a law firm, Jackson was detained on June 3 for violating house arrest. Senior Solicitor Mary-Ellen Walter has filed a motion to revoke her bond. Jackson’s lawyer also filed a motion to amend her bond.
Jackson and Dontel are accused of murder Gregory Vincent Rice, The missing on October 5th was reported, and it was believed that the last contact was made on October 2nd. At that time, Rice was considered missing and was not at risk.
News13 also announced Wednesday that the victim’s family Proceedings Against Jackson and Dontel.
Rely on News13 for updates to this developing story.
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