Footage Surfaces of Takeoff’s Alleged Killer in Court

Patrick Xavier Clark made his first court appearance after being charged in Migos rapper TakeOff’s death. Prosecutors want him held without bond.

Bond set at $2 million for suspect charged with murder in TakeOff’s death

Bond has been set at $2 million for the suspect accused of shooting and killing Migos rapper Takeoff outside a Houston bowling alley last month.

The court agreed that Patrick Xavier Clark is a flight risk after court documents said he applied for an expedited passport shortly after the shooting and said he was going to Mexico. He had the passport and a large amount of cash when he was arrested. 

According to court records, Clark was caught on camera firing a gun with a wine bottle in his hand outside the 810 Billiards and Bowling Alley the night TakeOff was killed. Prosecutors said another camera showed him up close with the gun and then getting away in a vehicle.   

Clark refused to give details on the shooting during his arrest, court records revealed. 

If Clark makes bond, he has a long list of conditions, including 24-hour house arrest, an electronic monitor, no firearms, illegal drugs or alcohol and no contact with the victim’s family.  Source