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Bond Denied in Dallas Musician's Death Case

A Dallas musician's body was left beside a dumpster at the Dollar General on Central Church Road.

A Douglas County judge Monday denied bond for two people accused of dumping a Dallas musician's body near a Dumpster, according to the Douglas County Sentinel.

Kaleigh Rene Denig of Douglasville and Zachary Ryan Shipp of Powder Springs were arrested June 8, about two weeks after Topper Duffy, 24, died of an apparent heroin overdose. The pair allegedly tried to conceal Duffy's death by disposing his body beside a Dumpster at the Dollar General on Central Church Road, according to a warrant obtained by the Sentinel.

Denig, 21, and Shipp, 22, are charged with concealing death of another for their roles in the incident.

Duffy, a songwriter and entertainer, played across the state with the band Lucid, according to his obituary, which lists May 25 as his date of death.

firstname lastname July 18, 2013 at 02:48 AM
The media.. trying to make it sound like he was some sort of rock star who's career was cut short. get real. He made the choices and that's why hes gone.

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