The accused mastermind behind Young Dolph’s death has been granted bond. Govan’s bond has been set at $90,000, according to WREG-Memphis.

“The lawyer talked to me yesterday about Mr. Govan’s presence, and we decided his presence was not necessary,” Judge Lee Coffee explained.

If Goven is able to post bond, he will be placed under house arrest and will be authorized to leave only for medical reasons or to meet with his lawyers.

Govan is stated to have high blood pressure, as well as chest discomfort and arm tingling. The bond amount was agreed upon by Young Dolph’s family, according to District Attorney Steve Mulroy.

“We have some information about Mr. Govan’s role and medical conditions that lead us to believe this is the best resolution in order to get justice for the case,” Mulroy explained.


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