Curiouser and curiouser.
Isaacman filed a motion to have his bond reduced because he did not have enough money to post the necessary 10 percent to be released.
[DeKalb assistant States Attorney Stephanie] Klein believes the judge made the right decision in denying his request.
“We believe given the nature of the charges, that the bond was appropriately set,” Klein said.
According to the Chicago Tribune Tuesday, police said they found at least one AK-47 assault rifle, a revolver, a shotgun and a large amount of ammunition in Isaacman’s room in his fraternity house. A source from NIU, who asked to remain anonymous, informed the Northern Star of the weapons and the caliber of the handgun used in the shooting Friday. The Star. however, was unable to confirm this.
THE ARMORY OF SIGMA CHI. Accused Stevenson Towers gunman Zach Isaacman is held on $500,000 bond.