Bond Request From Accused Killer Of Local High School Grad Denied

Dino Cannon was killed in June in Orlando, Fla. (File)

KILLEEN (December 10, 2012)—An Orange County, Florida judge has denied bond for a man who is accused in the June 15 shooting death of a Killeen High School graduate outside an Orlando Florida nightclub.

Circuit Judge Marc Lubet ruled that Durick D. Ingraham, 25, will stay in jail while he waits for trial in connection with the June 15 murder of Dino Cannon outside Club LimeLite in downtown Orlando.

Ingraham was ordered to remain without bond in the Orange County Jail where he has been since his arrest June 25.

Orlando police investigators say Ingraham fired two shots that fatally wounded Dino Cannon after two men were asked to leave the nightclub following a fight inside.

Prosecutor Ken Lewis said during Friday’s hearing that four separate witnesses gave sworn statements that showed Ingraham admitted to the shooting.

Ingraham, a convicted felon, faces up to life in prison if he is found guilty of the murder.

Another man is charged in the murder, as well, Orlando police said.
Cannon, 18, was a Killeen High School football standout who graduated on June 3, while his family was on vacation, celebrating his graduation.

Cannon was shot at around 2:30 a.m. on June 15 as he walked in the club’s parking lot and later died at Orlando Regional Medical Center, police said.

Cannon planned to attend Prairie View A&M University this fall and major in computer science, relatives said.

He was the last of his family’s five children to graduate from Killeen High School.