Ricco McHam of Charlotte was supposed to be in court Thursday afternoon, facing a possible jailing for violating his bond. Instead the 19-year-old accused murderer skipped the hearing, cut off his ankle monitor and is now on the lam.
Ricco McHam of Charlotte was supposed to be in court Thursday afternoon, facing a possible jailing for violating his bond. Instead the 19-year-old accused murderer skipped the hearing, cut off his ankle monitor and is now on the lam. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police
Ricco McHam of Charlotte was supposed to be in court Thursday afternoon, facing a possible jailing for violating his bond. Instead the 19-year-old accused murderer skipped the hearing, cut off his ankle monitor and is now on the lam. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police

Faced with jail, 19-year-old charged with murder cuts and runs – and he’s still missing

June 15, 2017 05:30 PM

UPDATED June 16, 2017 09:54 AM

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