Bond denied for suspect in reverend's murder

Frankie McGee suspected of killing Reverend Eichelberger.

Bond has been denied for the man accused of killing a well known Columbia reverend.

Frankie McGee did not show up to the hearing Tuesday morning, but prosecutors say McGee killed Eichelberger with a winch bar.

Investigators add that they found DNA evidence that links McGee to the murder.

Prosecutors say they may seek the death penalty against McGee.

In May of 2009, 87-year-old Eichelberger was involved in a beating in his home and suffered injuries that later resulted in his death.

Eichelberger's wallet and other valuable items were left behind.

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