A Warner Robins man accused of starving his 2-year-old son to death withdrew his bond motion today because his attorney says he's waiting for more evidence.
William Davis III appeared in court Thursday for a scheduled bond hearing, only to withdraw it. The 25-year-old was arrested last Tuesday along with his live-in girlfriend 23-year-old Sade King.
Medical crews found the infant son starved to death inside their Tiffany Place home September 11. The couple faces murder and cruelty-to-children charges.
Davis' attorney Public Defender Nick White says he's delaying the hearing until more evidence comes in.
"I've spoken to third parties, not my client, that lead me to believe that this isn't a simple case of neglect.--that this is a case dealing with medical issues where the child failed to thrive," says White.