MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – The man accused in a fatal shooting at a Macon gas station returned to jail on Monday.
According to Frank Reeves attorney Veronica Brinson, the 73-year-old and his son Frank Dixon signed an agreement and filed it with Bibb County Superior Court. The family came to the decision because he was unable to comply with the court's previous bond order due to health reasons.
Reeves was arrested in early December for the shooting death of 65-year-old Linda Hunnicutt. Police say Reeves shot Hunnicutt at the Murphy's Express gas station on Gray Highway after his motorized wheelchair came in contact with her car.
In March, Reeves was released on bond and was ordered to wear an ankle monitor. He was staying with relatives and was only allowed to leave home for medical and court appointments.
"The family is diligently pursuing other alternatives," Brinson said.