Bond denied for man charged in woman’s fatal fall from Lamborghini in Buckhead

Alfred Megbuluba

Credit: Fulton County Sheriff's Office

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Alfred Megbuluba

Credit: Fulton County Sheriff's Office

A man charged with murder was denied bond Tuesday in the case of a woman who was seen falling from a Lamborghini as it was driven through Buckhead last month.

Alfred Megbuluba, 31, of Lilburn, surrendered to police Oct. 18, a week after the Snellville woman’s death, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution previously reported. Witnesses said 28-year-old Catherine Khan was thrown out or pushed from the car at the intersection of Peachtree and Piedmont roads.

After Megbuluba was booked into the Fulton County Jail and made his first appearance the following day, his bond hearing was scheduled for Tuesday morning, according to court records. At the hearing, a Fulton Superior Court judge denied bond for Megbuluba, Channel 2 Action News reported.

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The bond denial ensures that Megbuluba will remain in jail at least until his next hearing, which has not been scheduled, court records show. In addition to murder, Megbuluba is charged with credit card theft, credit card fraud and theft by taking, according to jail records. Atlanta police have not released any information about what led to the fraud and theft charges.

Witnesses said Khan appeared to be arguing with Megbuluba in the Lamborghini shortly before the incident, the AJC reported. In two 911 calls released to the public, separate witnesses reported that Khan was breathing but unconscious after she was injured. She was taken to the hospital but later died of her injuries.

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