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A 23-year-old Beaufort man accused of a fatal shooting in a city restaurant last week was denied bond Wednesday, according to court records.
Rajerick Lovell Knight was extradited from Jacksonville, Fla., to Beaufort on Tuesday and is being held in the Beaufort County Detention Center on a murder charge after allegedly shooting and killing Travis Sentell Holmes, 28, inside a Subway restaurant in Beaufort on July 26.
Knight was arrested in Jacksonville last week and waived extradition during a meeting Monday, according to Beaufort Police Chief Matt Clancy.
He was booked into the detention center Tuesday afternoon, according to the county's jail log.