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Monday, May 4, 2009

[TN] Phyllis Malone's killer-cop still free - despite bond violations

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PROSECUTORS SEEK TO REVOKE COP'S BOND IN KILLING
Memphis Commercial Appeal
By Lawrence Buser
Monday, May 4, 2009
[Excerpts] State prosecutors this morning sought to revoke the bond of a former Memphis police officer charged with killing a woman with whom he had been involved. Prosecutor Missy Branham said Chancy Jones has been free on $200,000 bond, but that he has failed to keep authorities informed of where he is working and living. "Evidently he is not living at the same place, he's working in another state and we don't know where he is," Branham told Criminal Court Judge W. Mark Ward. "That makes the state uneasy." Jones, 38, who was in court this morning, is charged with first-degree murder for the death of Phyllis Malone, 31, who was found shot multiple times in her car last Sept. 9 at 1709 Whitten Road near a service station and fast-food restaurant... A hearing on the bond-revocation request is set for May 22... Jones eventually called one of the agents later that day and asked why they were looking for him, but he said he was out of town and refused to tell them his location. Judge Ward this morning made Jones, who is represented by attorney Ted Hansom, give him information on his current work and residence locations... [Full article here]

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