HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- A murder suspect will now stay in jail until his trial after violating home confinement twice.
Quazaa Farrow, 20, of Maryland, is accused of shooting and killing Mikeal Branch on July 5, 2012, in Huntington.
Police say the shooting happened during a fight between the two men.
Farrow was arrested in Indiana a month after the murder.
Friday, during a hearing in Cabell County Circuit Court, Judge Alfred Ferguson revoked Farrow's bond and ordered that he stay in jail following a second home confinement violation on December 21.
The day before (December 20), Ferguson had let Farrow out of jail on home confinement following the initial violation that happened back in September.
Farrow's trial is set for April.