MOBILE, Ala. -- A judge in Mobile on Thursday morning set the bond amount at $250,000 with a 5 percent cash component for murder suspect Nathan Bartholomew, 23.

Bartholomew is accused of fatally shooting 20-year-old Mandrell Henley on Dec. 15, 2018, at the South of Dauphin Apartments.

The suspect is due back in court for another hearing on Monday.

According to authorities, Bartholomew has a prior history of shooting into an unoccupied vehicle/building, assault first, robbery first-degree and trafficking methamphetamine.


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