Ulises Villalobos-Alvarado appeared by way of interactive tv Tuesday in Burleigh County District Courtroom, accompanied by appointed counsel Bobbi Weiler, who requested Hill to scale back her shopper’s $500,000 money bond to $10,000.
Weiler stated the defendant has household in Plaza in Mountrail County, the place he additionally has a warrant for an additional case. She additionally confused that different shoppers in comparable instances have had their bond set at $10,000 money and “on this case, I do not consider there’s an allegation the sufferer was truly harmed.”
Burleigh County Assistant State’s Lawyer Tessa Vaagen resisted a bond discount for a number of causes, citing Villalobos-Alvarado’s perceived danger to the group and regulation enforcement officers, his flight danger and the felony document he has already acquired at 22.
Villalobos-Alvarado is about for his preliminary listening to subsequent month on felony tried homicide and fleeing a peace officer. He’s accused of trying to run over a police officer final month throughout a probation search in north Bismarck, allegedly fleeing to japanese North Dakota and South Dakota, the place he turned himself in at a Brookings retailer, bleeding from a gunshot wound after police shot at his car.
The statewide manhunt the day of the incident lasted a lot of the day.