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Migos rapper seeks bond a third time
Judge to review video evidence before ruling
Kiari Cephus
Bulloch County Superior Court Judge John R. Turner plans to review a video of a May 2 altercation in the Bulloch County Jail before he makes a ruling on the third bond request by Migos rap group member Kiari Cephus, charged with riot in a penal institution. Cephus, 23, of Brook Forest Drive in Lawrenceville, originally was jailed on drug and gun charges stemming from an April 18 concert at Georgia Southern University’s Hanner Fieldhouse. He was charged with riot in a penal institution and battery after reportedly attacking Bradley Weathers, another inmate, in the Bulloch County Jail on May 2.
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