Greenville solo Royal Mullins was arrested on July 30 around 1 a.m., when police responded to a report of a homicide. Officials booked him into jail on a murder charge around 10 a.m. But at 3 p.m. the same day, Mullins was released from jail on a $150,000 bond.

Specific details of the alleged murder weren’t immediately available, as the city of Greenville sought a Texas attorney general opinion about whether it can withhold a copy of the arrest warrant and arrest warrant affidavit, which Texas Lawyer requested under the Texas Public Information Act.

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