Chiefs superfan accused of robbery missing, $1M bond warrant issued

Xaviar Babudar, a Kansas City Chiefs superfan dealing with break-in costs in Oklahoma, has actually been missing out on considering that his ankle joint screen was eliminated over the weekend break, and also a $1 million bond warrant was released Monday after he fell short to show up in court, according to the Tulsa Region Area Lawyer’s Workplace.

Babudar, 28, scheduled in court Monday for an accusation hearing. He was jailed on Dec. 16 after presumably burglarizing the Tulsa Educators Cooperative Credit Union in Bixby, Oklahoma, and also encounters costs of break-in with a harmful tool and also attack while covered up or camouflaged. He begged blameless and also was launched on bond in February.

Babudar’s bondsman, Michael Lloyd, stated he obtained an alert Saturday night that the ankle joint screen had actually been eliminated without consent. When he mosted likely to the Tulsa resort where Babudar had actually been remaining, he was not there, Lloyd informed ESPN. The ankle joint screen, which had actually been reduced, was discovered in the timbers close by, according to a court sworn statement. Babudar has actually not replied to any kind of efforts to call him, the sworn statement read.

The DA has actually submitted an added fee of getting rid of a digital tracking tool and also, according to the sworn statement, has actually requested for an apprehension warrant to be released. Lloyd stated he remained in Missouri searching for Babudar.

” He requires to call me due to the fact that I can assist him,” Lloyd stated. “Everyone and also their mom are searching for him.”

Tracy Tiernan, Babudar’s lawyer, showed up before Area Court Michelle Keely on Monday for the accusation hearing, yet his customer did disappoint up. Tiernan stated it had actually mored than a week considering that he last talked with Babudar.

” I have actually connected to him and also am waiting to listen to back from him,” Tiernan informed ESPN. “I do not recognize the conditions of why [the ankle monitor] was eliminated and also exactly how it was eliminated.”

Lloyd stated that while out on bond, Babudar mosted likely to the health club routinely and also participated in church on Sundays with his mom, Carla, and also bro, Noah. “He’s been doing the very same point each day,” he stated.

An ESPN investigation right into Babudar and also his family members exposed a distressed childhood and also a lengthy background of lawful problems.

” This is a lovely tale regarding a distressed boy that’s had a great deal of challenges placed in his course that he’s needed to get rid of,” Tiernan stated. “I actually like him and also I’m mosting likely to deal with actually tough to obtain the most effective feasible resolution.”

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