Probable Cause Found to Hold Over Decatur Man for Murder of Effingham Man


Published on December 6 2017 3:25 pm
Last Updated on December 6 2017 3:25 pm
Written by Greg Sapp

During a preliminary hearing Wednesday, probable cause was found to hold a Decatur man over for trial for the shooting death of an Effingham man.

26-year-old Keirsean Bond faces five counts of murder and one count of armed robbery in the November 18 shooting of Todd Feldkamp of Effingham. Decatur Police were dispatched to a call of shots fired and found Feldkamp dead in the backyard of a home. A 25-year-old Effingham man was also found shot but recovered from his wound.

During Wednesday's hearing, it was learned that attorney Monroe McWard has been retained to defend Bond, so a public defender will no longer be needed.

Bond, who entered a not guilty plea, is next due in court for a pre-trial hearing on December 18.