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Breckenridge man accused of killing parents with baseball bat faces strict bond conditions

Paxton Sullivan (Stephens County Jail)

The Breckenridge man accused of killing his parents with baseball bat faces strict bond conditions, if he gets out of jail.

Paxton Sullivan was arrested Friday and charged with capital murder. His bond was set at $2,000,000.

If he bonds out, Sullivan will be placed under house arrest and have to wear an ankle monitor.

He would only be allowed to leave the house for things like trips to see a doctor or lawyer.

Sullivan would have a curfew from 9 p.m. until 6 a.m. and could not leave Stephens County for an overnight trip without prior approval.

Police say Sullivan killed his parents, Mitchel and Terry Sullivan, on Friday.

Their bodies were found by her brother-in-law who went to check on them when she did not show up for work.

Sullivan told a Stephens County deputy that a demon made him do it.

Paxton has requested a court appointed attorney.

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