By Emilie Eaton Updated 5:27 pm CDT, Thursday, April 11, 2019 Christopher Davila, 34, appears in Magistrate Judge Andrew J. Carruthers court room in the Cadena Reeves Justice Center to ask for bond reduction of his cumulative $1.25 million on four cases on Thursday, April 11, 2019. Davila was arrested for allegedly staging a fake kidnapping with the help of family to mislead investigators in the death of 8-month-old King Jay Davila. Judge Carruthers denied bond reduction in all cases. less Christopher Davila, 34, appears in Magistrate Judge Andrew J. Carruthers court room in the Cadena Reeves Justice Center to ask for bond reduction of his cumulative $1.25 million on four cases on Thursday, April ... more Photo: Marvin Pfeiffer Photo: Marvin Pfeiffer Image 1 of / 33 Caption Close … [Read more...] about San Antonio man accused in King Jay’s death is not the father, mother testifies
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By Emilie Eaton Published 11:25 am CDT, Thursday, April 11, 2019 A candle is held next to an image of King Jay Davila as people gather in the rain at Monterrey Park for a prayer vigil for the boy who was missing for nearly a week as of Jan. 11, 2019. His body was found buried in a field. His mother’s fiance has been charged with injury to a child and tampering with evidence. less A candle is held next to an image of King Jay Davila as people gather in the rain at Monterrey Park for a prayer vigil for the boy who was missing for nearly a week as of Jan. 11, 2019. His body was found ... more Photo: Kin Man Hui /Staff Photographer Photo: Kin Man Hui /Staff Photographer Image 1 of / 4 Caption Close Image 1 of 4 A candle is held next to an image of King Jay Davila as people … [Read more...] about San Antonio man accused in King Jay’s death appears in court for the first time
A judge set a $300,000 bond for the 54-year-old woman who turned herself in Monday morning on charges that she hit and killed a Chattanooga police officer while driving this weekend. After hearing brief arguments, Hamilton County General Sessions Court Christie Sell ruled that Janet Hinds cannot drive and will be on house arrest if she posts her $300,000 bond for her nine criminal charges. A Twitter List by TimesFreePress Attorneys and court officials arranged a bond hearing Monday after Hinds, of Hixson, Tenn., turned herself in on vehicular homicide charges in the death of officer Nicholas Galinger. Officials said authorities also sought a warrant for Hinds' blood and had it drawn this morning, likely to test for drugs or alcohol. Hinds is accused of speeding through the rain on Friday, crossing the double center line and striking a warning sign placed in the center of Hamill Road. Authorities say Galinger was also inspecting a manhole cover with water flowing from it on … [Read more...] about Judge sets $300,000 bond for Hixson woman who turned herself in after hit-and-run that killed Chattanooga police officer
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Allen Shropshire, left, and Felipe Lara pose outside of Green Spaces on Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018 in Chattanooga, Tenn. Allen Shropshire, left, and Felipe Lara pose outside... Photo by C.B. Schmelter More Info If you go:The meeting is free and open to the public. It starts at 6:30 p.m. at the First-Centenary United Methodist Church at 433 Oak St. In step with other major Tennessee cities and states, a Chattanooga group is starting a community bail fund to ensure people don't languish in jail on criminal charges simply because they can't afford to be released. Half of the 1,708 inmates in Hamilton County haven't been convicted of their charges, and yet they are losing employment, time with their families and medical stability because they can't make bail. As they wait for their cases to be resolved, legal experts say, defendants are more prone to accepting plea deals to go home, even though they could fight the charges and get them dismissed. In the meantime, taxpayers are … [Read more...] about Community group launches bail fund to help defendants stuck in jail