Family: $250,000 bond set for Party City capital murder suspect

Two mistrials have been declared in Joshua Archie’s capital murder trial

Family: $250,000 bond set for Party City capital murder suspect

RIDGELAND, MS (WLBT) - The family of a capital murder suspect Joshua Archie says he has been given a $250,000 bond.

A second mistrial was declared in December 2018 after jurors could not reach a unanimous verdict. The first mistrial was declared in 2017.

27-year-old Archie is charged in the shooting death of 68-year-old Robert Adams. Adams was shot to death during an armed robbery at the Party City on County Line Road in 2012.

68 year old Robert Adams was shot and killed at the Party City in Ridgeland during an armed robbery. (Source: Family)
68 year old Robert Adams was shot and killed at the Party City in Ridgeland during an armed robbery. (Source: Family)

Undra Ward, who worked at the Party City at the time of the robbery and murder, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit armed robbery and second degree murder.

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