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After reportedly stabbing a prospective witness in the case, a Texas woman named Felisha Washington accused of murder had her bond revoked.
Felisha Washington was remanded in custody on Friday after reportedly stabbing a lady who could have testified in her trial for the murder of Ramona “Dede” Jones, 51, according to TV station FOX 26.
She is 27 years old.
According to Sean Teare, assistant district attorney for Harris County, “This individual who was on bond for murder was outside of her residence, outside of her curfew hours, and had some pretty significant contact with a witness on that murder,”
According to FOX 26, are said the prosecution was able to prove in court Friday that she “violated a number of her bond conditions,” and she will now be held in custody until her trial for Jones’ murder.
Teare said, “When people commit offenses or violate conditions of those bonds, they should no longer have the opportunity to be out until their cases are over, for the safety of the community, for the safety of everyone involved,”
Washington was released on a $50,000 bond in December after reportedly stabbing to death Jones, a mother of three whose body was discovered in a ditch, according to the site. Jones’ family believes the latest occurrence proves she was responsible for the murder.
Jazmine Jones, Jones’ oldest daughter, told the publication, “I think it’s about the worst thing you can do right before going thru a trial,”
She added, “It just screams out guilty, guilty, guilty.”
In the latest stabbing, Washington has now been charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.