A man charged with killing a woman while she was on the phone with a 911 dispatcher — and released from jail on a $450,000 cash bond posted by his family — says he is indigent and is representing himself in a fight for a court-appointed attorney.
A man accused of shooting a woman to death while she was on a phone talking to an emergency dispatcher appeared in court Thursday on his own behalf and said that he thinks he should be appointed a public defender, even though he is out of jail after his family posted a $450,000 cash bond.
A 28-year-old man charged with shooting a woman to death in December while she was on the phone with emergency dispatchers has been released from jail after his family paid, in cash, his $450,000 bond.
A Billings man on Monday denied a charge of deliberate homicide in the Dec. 21 shooting death of a Joliet woman in the Heights.
JOLIET — Jessi Stephenson, 25, of Joliet, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, Dec. 21, 2013. Jessi was taken from us while doing what she does best, helping other people.
Bond was set at $750,000 on Monday for a man accused of killing a woman in the Heights on Saturday, and the victim was identified as Jessica Stephenson, 25, of Joliet.