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Mobile Panera homicide suspects given bond

(image: Mobile Metro Jail){ }Mobile Panera homicide suspects given bond

The pair accused in the murder of Justin Edwards in the parking lot of the Airport Blvd. Panera Bread location in Mobile pleaded not guilty to the killing in court Tuesday morning.

20-year-old Ryland Kidd was charged with murder and given a $50,000 bond. He pleaded ‘Not Guilty’.

Kidd is a Murphy High School graduate with no prior convictions

18-year-old Taylor Law pleasded not guilty, was charged with murder and given a $25,000 bond.

Law has a 3.8 GPA and is a mentor of students at Murphy High School. Three teachers attended the bond hearing on her behalf.

Neither is allowed to have any contact with the victim's family of the co-defendant and their family.

Both have a preliminary hearing set for January 20 2018.

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