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Madison Co. man out on bond sent back to jail

Jovantai and Jovanta Dickerson (Source: Metro Jail) Jovantai and Jovanta Dickerson (Source: Metro Jail)
MADISON COUNTY, AL (WAFF) -

A Madison County man out on bond for murder is heading back to jail.

A judge revoked the bond for Jovontai Dickerson Thursday. Dickerson was out on a $75,000 bond when he was arrested again. We're working to confirm his new charge.

Dickerson and his twin sister, Jovonta, are charged with murder. Authorities said they shot and killed Jarrod Lockett December 2012. Investigators believe Lockett was running a fake prostitution website and Jovonta got angry when she didn't get paid.

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