Brevard Sheriff Deputy Yousef Hafza Secures Bail
For Road Rage Murder Of Palm Bay Man

Court Records Indicate That Hafza's Request For Bond Went Unopposed By State Attorney's Office
August 31, 2016
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Court records indicate that on August 29, 2016 - Circuit County Judge Morgan Reinman set a $60,000 bond for former Brevard County Sheriff Deputy Yousef Hafza.

Hafza has been in the custody of the Seminole County jail since his Father's Day arrest for the alleged road rage shooting death of Palm Bay resident Clarence Mahogany X Howard, 25 - father of three.

Deputy Hafza was off duty during the shooting incident.

Please refer to our (VolusiaExposed.Com) June 23, 2016 article for additional details regarding the shooting incident.

We found it interesting that Hafza's request for bond went unopposed by the local State Attorney's office. Things that make you go hmmmmm.

As of the posting of this article - Seminole County jail records indicate that Hafza remains in their custody.

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Judge Morgan Reinman's Sets Bail

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