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Akron Murder Suspect Handed Down Million Dollar Bond

Akron, OH - Darryl Walker made his first appearance in court Monday morning after being arrested Friday on murder charges.

The judge set bond for $1 million dollars.

Walker is accused of stabbing to death his 84-year-old neighbor Alice Palmer allegedly over ten dollars in her Rosemary Apartment.

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