Man accused in toddler’s death in Allen bonds out of jail

Bobby Davis Jr. (Source: Allen Parish Sheriff's Office)
Bobby Davis Jr. (Source: Allen Parish Sheriff's Office)

ALLEN PARISH, LA (KPLC) - Bobby Davis Jr., the man accused in the April death of an Allen Parish toddler, has bonded out of the parish jail, according to authorities.

Davis is charged with second-degree murder and conspiracy to commit second-degree murder in the death of 2-year-old Tatiana Holyfield.

Authorities say Davis was the live-in boyfriend of the child's mother, Brandi Holyfield.

According to Allen Parish Sheriff's officials, Brandi Holyfield left the child alone with Bobby Davis Jr. Officials said Tatiana had third-degree burns on her back from a space heater and had numerous cuts and bruises on her body.

Brandi Holyfield is also charged with second-degree murder and conspiracy to commit second-degree murder in the case.

According to Allen Parish Sheriff Doug Hebert, Holyfield's bond was reduced to $100,000. He bonded out of jail on Thursday afternoon.

Brandi Holyfield remains in custody.

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