HOUSTON — The man charged with murder in the shooting death of Migos rapper TakeOff is due back in court Monday.
More than one month after TakeOff was shot and killed, Patrick Xavier Clark, 33, will go before a judge in Houston for a preliminary court appearance with his attorney.
In a court document filled out by Clark, he listed himself as a self-employed DJ with an income of zero dollars and requested a court-appointed attorney.
According to court records, Clark was caught on camera firing a gun with a wine bottle in his hand outside the 810 Billiards and Bowling Alley the night TakeOff was killed. Prosecutors said another camera showed him up close with the gun and then getting away in a vehicle.
At a previous court hearing, Clark's bond was set at $2 million after prosecutors made him out as a flight risk. Police said he had a passport and a large amount of cash on him when he was arrested.
Clark refused to give details on the shooting during his arrest, court records revealed.
If Clark makes bond, he has a long list of conditions, including 24-hour house arrest, an electronic monitor, no firearms, illegal drugs or alcohol and no contact with the victim's family.
Arrest made in TakeOff's murder
The Houston Police Department announced Clark's on Friday during a press conference.
They said he was arrested on Thursday without incident.
At the news conference, HPD Chief Troy Finner didn't give many details about the case or what led them to suspect Clark as the shooter, but they did say TakeOff was an innocent bystander who was shot when a dice game turned violent.
"Definitely, wrong place at the wrong time," Finner said.
The 28-year-old and Quavo were at a private party, along with about 40 other people, when shots were fired outside 810 Billiards and Bowling Alley. Police said the party ended around 1 a.m. but the group gathered outside for more than an hour after the party ended.
Just after 2:30 a.m., shots were fired and TakeOff was hit, dying just outside of the bowling alley's doors.
Two other people, a 23-year-old man and a 24-year-old woman were also shot, police said. They drove to hospitals with non-life-threatening injuries.
They have not been identified but police said they have spoken with them to help with the investigation.
Police said not one person who witnessed the shooting has given them any information about what they saw. Chief Finner is pleading with them to come forward.
"We know who was on the scene, and we will be contacting and reaching out and finding those individuals — this is a murder," Finner said.