Patrick Xavier Clark Wiki – Patrick Xavier Clark Biography

The Patrick Xavier Clark  suspect charged with murder in the death of Migos member Takeoff posted $1 million bail set for him and was released from jail Tuesday, according to CNN affiliate KPRC.

In December, Harris County Judge Josh Hill kept Patrick Xavier Clark’s bail at $1 million, denying a reduction, reasoning that Clark could be a flight risk.

“Neither Patrick nor his family posted bail in this case. A concerned citizen and family friend who believes in Patrick’s innocence posted bail on his behalf,” his attorney Letitia Quiñones said in a statement.


Clark “intends to comply fully” with the terms established by the court, Quiñones said, and “will appear for proceedings when required by the court.” “We believe that Patrick is innocent and, at the appropriate time, the evidence will reveal that to be the case,” Quiñones said.

Patrick Xavier Clark Age

The age of Patrick Xavier Clark is 33 years.

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Patrick Xavier Clark Takeoff was shot and killed

Clark, 33, was arrested in early December on Houston’s East Side, a month after Takeoff was shot and killed outside a business after a private event.

Takeoff, who was a member of the platinum-selling rap group Migos, was 28 years old. His uncle Quavo and his cousin Offset were the other two members of the trio.


Police believe Takeoff was an innocent bystander to an argument that took place outside a bowling alley that led to the shooting. He was unarmed and did not participate in the discussion.

Shortly after the murder, Clark allegedly applied for an expedited passport, which he received immediately before his arrest, according to the motion filed by prosecutors. When Clark was arrested, he had a “large amount of cash,” the court document added.

Prosecutors also made several other requests, including that Clark surrender “any and all passports, visas or other travel documents,” be prohibited from leaving the immediate vicinity of Harris County, and be subject to a curfew. Quiñones said in a news conference at the time that her office was “shocked” by the decision.


“We complied with all the requirements that the judge asked of us, only to be told today that [the bail] would not be reduced. So yeah, we’re very disappointed. We disagre. And frankly, we are very surprised,” Quiñones said. “The fight is not over. We believe without a doubt that when the time comes, we will be able to show Mr. Clark’s innocence in this,” Quiñones said.Read More….

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