2 held without bond in Pr. Geo's slayings
A Maryland judge has ordered Texas man and woman accused of slaying two women and two children to be held without bond.
Darrell Bellard of Dickinson, Texas, and Tkeisha Gilmer of Texas City, Texas, appeared via video conference in Prince George's County court Monday. They face murder charges in the deaths of a mother and her young children and their aunt, whose bodies were found in a trash-filled garage Friday.
Judge Thomas J. Love ordered that Bellard and Gilmer remain held without bond. Love referred them to the public defender service, and scheduled a preliminary hearing for Sept. 3.
According to charging documents, both Bellard and Gilmer admitted to police that they committed the slayings. Police say a witness called authorities after finding one of the women lying in a pool of blood.
Washington Post editors
| August 9, 2010; 2:35 PM ET
Categories: Crime and Public Safety, Maryland
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