Tay-K is accused of killing a photographer at a San Antonio Chick-Fil-A in April 2017. New details have been revealed in the case after the “Megaman” rapper’s attorney, Jeff Kearney, filed an appeal in hopes of getting the troubled teen out on bond, the Star-Telegram reports.
State District Judge Wayne Salvant denied Tay-K bond for his role in the July 26, 2016 home invasion robbery and murder of Ethan Walker in Mansfield, TX. He was one of seven people charged in connection with the robbery and slaying. Tay-K’s alleged role in the beating of a 65-year-old man in Arlington, TX. He is facing an aggravated robbery charge for that case.
Tay-K, whose real name is Taymore McIntyre, is believe to be the triggerman in the fatal shooting of 23-year-old Mark Anthony Saldivar.
A Bexar County arrest warrant affidavit reportedly states Tay-K and others had picked up Saldivar to go to a photo shoot at a mall on April 23, 2017. While in the car, Tay-K and one of the other suspects pulled out guns and took Saldivar’s backpack containing his camera equipment.
The other suspect allegedly pistol-whipped Saldivar, who was forced out of the car. Saldivar tried to get back into the car, and then jumped onto the hood. Tay-K then allegedly leaned out the window and fatally shot Saldivar.
At this time, Tay-K was on the run from police in the Walker case. Tay-K shot a video for “The Race” mocking law enforcement while a fugitive.
Tay-K didn’t have a gun during the home invasion, but rather brass knuckles.