Homicide

The Latest: Brief hearing for suspect in fatal shooting of Memphis police officer

Prosecutors Alanda Dwyer, left, and Reginald Henderson talk before Judge Loyce Lambert Ryan's general session Court Division 15 is called to order as they await the video arraignment of Tremaine Wilbourn on charges of first degree murder for the death of Memphis Police officer Sean Bolton, Wednesday, Aug. 5, 2015, in Memphis. Wilbourn did not enter a plea on the charge of first-degree murder. (Mike Brown/The Commercial Appeal via AP)

Prosecutors Alanda Dwyer, left, and Reginald Henderson talk before Judge Loyce Lambert Ryan's general session Court Division 15 is called to order as they await the video arraignment of Tremaine Wilbourn on charges of first degree murder for the death of Memphis Police officer Sean Bolton, Wednesday, Aug. 5, 2015, in Memphis. Wilbourn did not enter a plea on the charge of first-degree murder. (Mike Brown/The Commercial Appeal via AP)  (The Associated Press)

The latest on the fatal shooting of a police officer in Memphis, Tennessee (all times local):

10 a.m.

A man charged with fatally shooting a Memphis police officer during a struggle on a residential street has completed a brief court appearance.

Twenty-nine-year-old Tremaine Wilbourn appeared via video link from jail Wednesday morning. He is charged with first-degree murder in the death of 33-year-old Officer Sean Bolton.

In the Shelby County General Sessions courtroom, Judge L. Lambert Ryan asked Wilbourn whether he had a lawyer. Wilbourn answered that he did not.

Ryan also asked whether Wilbourn has a weapons permit, and he again said no.

Ryan scheduled his next hearing for Aug. 12.

Court records initially showed that Wilbourn was being held on a $9 million bond, but Ryan said in court that the amount is $10 million.