HONEYKOMB BRAZY GRANDPARENTS MURDER SUSPECT FORFEITS $24 MILLION DRUG EMPIRE

One of the suspects in HoneyKomb Brazy’s grandparents’ murder in February was also arrested on narcotics charges earlier this year. Darrin Southall, according to WKRG, consented to a plea agreement that will likely land him in prison for 30 to 35 years.

One of the suspects in HoneyKomb Brazy’s grandparents’ murder in February was also arrested on narcotics charges earlier this year. Darrin Southall, according to WKRG, consented to a plea agreement that will likely land him in prison for 30 to 35 years.

“So having him take a plea with significant jail time associated with that plea means a lot to this community as a whole for someone like him not to be able to be back on the streets,” Mobile’s Public Safety Director Lawrence Battiste said.

“When you’ve got two major interstates, we are a major connect from where drugs are being transported from primarily. Oftentimes, many of those drugs find those ways into our communities simply because we are a major thoroughfare for those drugs to make their way to other places.”

HoneyKomb Brazy was remanded in custody after his bond was canceled after a court saw 15 clips showing him with guns or narcotics, which was a blatant breach of his probation. After spending just 18 months of his 15-year sentence, he was sentenced to serve the remainder of his term before being freed in November 2020.

Emergency responders discovered the 26-year-grandparents old’s dead on February 17 after their Happy Hill neighborhood house was engulfed in flames. Witnesses claim to have heard gunfire coming from the residence.

HoneyKomb Brazy subsequently intimated that his actions may have resulted in an Instagram post mocking his grandparents. Southall was also mentioned as a person of interest in the double homicide, although no arrest has been made.

“I wish the Judge had denied the State’s motion to revoke [HoneyKomb Brazy’s] probation,” defense attorney Jeff Deen said. “His creativity influences and inspires others in his social circle. However, I can understand the judge’s opinion. He conducted a 2 1/2 hour hearing and then took three weeks to review the evidence presented which included a plethora of videos.

“Even if the guns, dope and alcohol weren’t real in the videos, I can see why the judge could conclude that HoneyKomb’s the depiction of drugs, guns, alcohol and misogyny would not be conduct becoming of a probationer.”

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HONEYKOMB BRAZY GRANDPARENTS MURDER SUSPECT FORFEITS $24 MILLION DRUG EMPIRE

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