The man accused of two murder for hire plots will stay in jail.
Yesterday during an appearance for bond revocation in federal court, Billy Glenn Ivy, Junior waived his right to a revocation hearing.
Because of that, the judge vacated his conditions of release that were set after he pleaded guilty to weapons charges.
Ivy was arrested almost two weeks ago on two counts of attempted capital murder for remuneration while out on bond for the federal weapons charges, and two other counts of attempted murder for hire and two counts of arson.
Ivy has also been named in court documents as a possible suspect in the disappearance of Nicole Moore and the murder of Charlesetta Teleford but no one has been charged in either case.
Sentencing for the federal weapons charges is set for next month.