Bond has been lowered for one of four young suspects in the murder of pizza deliveryman Christopher Taylor. Taylor was stabbed to death while making a delivery to a vacant apartment on the night of September 10.
Suspect Larry Fountain told police he was acting as the lookout that night. According to investigators he claims he saw two other suspects, Bryton Gibbs and Dontavis McClain, push Taylor into the apartment where he was killed.
Fountain’s original bond was set at $250,000. It was lowered to $20,000 Tuesday after it was revealed Fountain has cooperated with police. Fountain’s family says it will be able to scrape the money together to get him out of jail.
A fourth suspect, Marcus Robinson, is accused of driving the getaway car.
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