State calls for hearing, believes Motel 6 suspect not compliant with bail conditions

RAPIDES PARISH, La. (KALB) - The Rapides Parish District Attorney's Office has called for a hearing to determine if Camryn Lasyone, one of the suspects charged with the murder and robbery of Michael Butler at the Motel 6 in Alexandria back in August, is being compliant with his bail conditions.

Assistant District Attorney Jermaine Harris filed the motion last week because "the State has recently received information from the Grant Parish Sheriff's Office that indicated that the defendant may not be complying with the conditions of his bail."

Some of those conditions include: residing at his grandfather's house in Winnfield, being electronically monitored, being supervised at all times, abiding to a curfew, submitting to random drug and alcohol screenings, not using the internet unless it is for school purposes, and not owning a cellphone.

Lasyone's family successfully posted the $500,000 bond set by Judge Mary Doggett on December 16.

The hearing to determine if Lasyone has been compliant will the bail conditions on January 17.