Lil Durk caught a big break today in his Criminal Intent To Commit Murder case when a judge granted him a $250,000 bond
Police and prosecutors say they have Durk on video shooting a man in front of The Varsity restaurant in Atlanta. They say Durk is a Chicago gang member and the motive of the shooting was to rob the man, who survived his wounds, of his cash, chain, and car.
If Durk is able to raise the bail money he will have an 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. curfew, and won't be allowed near any weapons or witnesses.
Judge grants Rapper Lil Durk 250k bond, requires ankle monitor @wsbtv pic.twitter.com/whnDO3F1I3— Lori A Wilson (@LoriWilsonWSB) June 20, 2019
Durk's co-defendant, Chicago rapper King Von, got bond too.