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Jasper County DA gives some insight into the Hartsfield case


As previously reported, 19-year-old Cameron 'Bowda' Hartsfield was arrested last year as part of the Jasper County Prom Night Shootings. At that time he was charged with  5 counts of Engaging in Organized Criminal Activity, 1 count of Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon.

Hartsfield was released on bond from that case.


In yesterday's report, Hartsfield was arrested once again for making a rap video reportedly threatening to shoot numerous Tyler County students.


Jasper County District Attorney Ann Pickle said, "I have already filed a bond revocation motion, and he is currently being held on a no bond (in Tyler County) because of that motion. He had numerous conditions including an ankle monitor and he wasn't allowed to leave Newton County. Also not allowed on the internet. It's my understanding the video was posted on his girlfriend's page."


Pickle continued in saying that once he is finished with the charges on Tyler County, Hartsfield will be extradited back to Jasper County jail where he will remain without bond until he goes to trial. Currently a trial date has not been set.


Pickle also said that the remaining shooters from the event have also bonded out of jail, but haven't violated the conditions of their bond.

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