Sole survivor of deadly quadruple shooting is arrested again

Kenyata Bullard, 20, charged with violating parole

By Roxy Tyler - Web producer

Clay County Sheriff's Office booking photo of Keyanta Bullard

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - The sole survivor of a quadruple shooting near Jacksonville's Town Center earlier this year that took the life of his brother and two others has been arrested again.

Kenyata Bullard, 20, was taken into custody in Clay County, on Thursday according to the Clay County Sheriff's Office. He's accused of violating probation. 

Bullard was hospitalized after a hail of bullets were fired into a car in June, killing his brother, Trevon Bullard, 18, of Orange Park; Jercoby Groover, 19, also of Orange Park; and Royale D'Von Smith Jr., 18, of Jacksonville. 

When released from the hospital, Bullard was arrested, also for violation of probation. Records show, last year, he pleaded no contest to being an accessory after the fact in a Clay County case.

He's due back in court on Nov. 28.

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