One Kingston Frazier Suspect Released On Bond

MADISON COUNTY, MS (Ben Caxton) — One of the suspects accused in the horrific murder of 6-year-old Kingston Frazier has bonded out and has been released from the Madison County Detention Center. The Madison County Sheriff’s Office has confirmed that 18-year-old Dwan Wakefield has been given a $275,000 bond. A hearing on the motion to set bond was held several weeks ago. At that time, the judge did not make a ruling. However, he did enter an order Wednesday, which set the bond at $275,000. The charge is still capital murder, but District Attorney Michael Guest says he does not believe Wakefield was the shooter. The grand jury will make the determination later this month as to whether or not to return an indictment of accessory before the fact or after the fact of murder. Kingston Frazier’s mother’s car was stolen from the Kroger parking lot on I-55, while he was in the backseat. He was found a short time later on a dead-end road in Gluckstadt, shot to death in the backseat of the car.


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