Suspect in former cheerleader’s death will not get reduced bail
On Friday, August 12, Judge Ann Haynie refused to change the $100,000 bond amount she assigned to 34-year-old Bradley Caraway. Charges against Caraway include murder in relation to the vehicular death of 25-year-old former University of Louisville at Kentucky cheerleader Shenae Moorman.
David Lambertus, Caraway’s legal counsel, asked Haynie if Caraway could post 10% of the $100,000 bond. She refused the request but said she would allow that Caraway post property as bond. If Caraway chooses to post property, his bond amount increases to $200,000 and he will be subjected to random alcohol and drug testing. Judge Haynie refused the request because of Caraway’s history of driving while intoxicated.
Prosecutor Paul Richwalski objected to any form of bond reduction, noting, “Although this defendant is charged with murder and murder only at this time, along with leaving the scene of the accident, and there’s no DUI attached to it, I cannot say for certain that won’t come at a later date, which makes that vehicular homicide, alcohol involved, relevant.”
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