Bond reduced in 2012 murder case

Bond for a suspect in a fatal shooting in Greenville two years ago has been reduced. Bond was originally set at five million dollars for 25-year-old Clifton Dean, accused in the fatal shooting of 36-year-old Fredrick Williams on North Theobald Street in March 2012. A judge has now lowered the bond to 100-thousand dollars. Dean and the other suspect, Keon Mister, were arrested in November 2013, more than a year and a half after the murder.

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