A bond reduction hearing was held on May 20 for Antoine McLendon. McLendon was charged with a multitude of crimes after running into the Acura SUV that contained Albert “Spud” Dock, David Jackson and Devin Merchant on January 26. Dock was killed in the accident with Jackson and Merchant sustaining serious injuries.
Bond was originally denied for McLendon earlier this year. During this hearing, however, bond was granted for $105,000 cash/$210,000 in property with a 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. curfew, should he be released, with a total bond of $116,400, according to the sheriff's office website. Dock’s mother, Tamara Dock, attended the hearing and gave an interview afterwards with Coastal Courier correspondent, Lewis Levine.