Victims’ Families Worried about Suspects’ Low Bond
COLUMBUS (Lisa Rantala/Kate Liebers) — The bond hearings of two recent murder cases had two very different outcomes, and the victims’ families are not pleased. The family of Kristina Petree, who survived an attack that killed her husband, said they fear what might happen if the alleged murderer were to post bail. Petree’s sister, Fonda Wall, said the judge let her down when he set suspected killer Montez Hollins’s bond at $150,000.
“I wanted him to have no bail,” Wall said. “I wanted him not to get out.” The bond was low compared to other bonds assigned last week; three felony arraignments ended with the judge setting $10-million bonds.
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