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Tuesday June 30th, 2015 8:47AM

Accused killer denied bond

By by Ken Stanford
GAINESVILLE - A Hall County Superior Court judge has denied bond for one of three men charged with a fatal drive-by shooting earlier this year.

Judge Andy Fuller rejected a bond request from Angel Mario DeLeon, 19. DeLeon is charged in connection with a June 17 drive-by shooting at a house in the East Hall area.

Also charged in the case are Amado Junior Madrigal, 17, and Charles Douglas Graham, 15. They are charged with firing into a crowd of people outside a house on Smallwood Road, killing two people. The victims were attending a birthday party.
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