Bail reduced for man accused in LSU basketball player death

The man accused of fatally shooting an LSU basketball player has had his bail reduced by more than half so he can participate in certain programs

News outlets report a judge cut 20-year-old Dyteon Simpson's bail from $350,000 to $149,000 on Monday. The change allows Simpson to go through Baton Rouge Parish Prison programs not offered to anyone with bails greater than $150,000.

Judge Donald Johnson says if anyone attempts to bail out Simpson, another court date would be set and evidence would be presented.