Teen Charged With Attempted Murder Released After Bail Hearing
A Germantown teenager, facing life in prison after allegedly bringing a gun to a fight and shooting two or three rounds at a group of teens last Monday morning, has been released from police custody after posting bail.
Marvin Frazier, 15, of Germantown, is being charged as an adult with Attempted First Degree Murder and Assault in the First Degree. Yesterday, he appeared in District Court of Maryland in downtown Rockville for a bond hearing before Judge Barry A. Hamilton.
Judge Hamilton ordered Frazier, who appeared via video monitor from the Montgomery County Detention Center, to be held on $50,000 bail. Frazier was released on bond later Monday afternoon, however Judge Hamilton placed conditions on Frazier's release. The Judge ordered that Frazier must remain on strict “24/7 curfew” at his residence on