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She points out, though, that she has no violent record.
In the letter, McCalop doesn’t address the death, which happened off I-20 in the Gresham Park area.
The judge wasn’t swayed by the defendant’s argument when considering a request for bond. Hunter denied the request last week, meaning McCalop will have to remain in the county jail, where she’s been since the killing on Jan. 18.
On the bond form, the reasoning Hunter wrote to justify denying the request was that the defendant has a “history of violence against the victim,” though it isn’t clear what she means.
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