One of three people charged during a string of recent shootings in Lexington was back in jail Monday after his bond was revoked.
Cedric Lee Hatton was facing three pending felony cases when police accused him of shooting and injuring Corey Mack at a gas station on Martin Luther King Boulevard Oct. 11.
Hatton, 23, was arrested Oct. 12 and charged with assault and tampering with physical evidence. He was released the next day after paying 10 percent of a $50,000 bond, according to court records.
The shooting was one of 14 incidents in a span of nine days that left 10 people injured and one person dead.
Hatton had previously paid a $3,000 bond on charges of wanton endangerment and burglary. Police said he entered an apartment complex April 3 and fired a gun. Prior to that, he paid a $4,000 bond involving a Nov. 2, 2010, incident during which police said he fled while driving the wrong way down a one-way street and gave officers a false name.
He was also cited July 30 for possession of a controlled substance; that case was being reviewed by a grand jury.
Hatton was remanded to custody Friday after a judge revoked his bond for the November incident, according to court records. The revocation followed a motion for bond review by Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney Dan Laren.
Though Hatton has not been convicted in any of the felony cases, the motion cited a portion of Kentucky law that allows a court to take a defendant's "reasonably anticipated conduct if released" into consideration.
"The record reflects an ongoing pattern of criminal behavior," the motion said. "The reasonably anticipated conduct of (the) defendant includes more criminal behavior."
Hatton was being held at the Fayette County Detention Center on a $10,000 full-cash bond.