24-year-old pregnant woman who hired contract killers to kill her stepfather for $ 1500 and his Harley Davidson runs out of jail after the judge cut her bail because the victim's daughter is attacking the decision
- The shooter is said to have paid $ 1,500 to kill Donald Bachman, 49, in May 2015
- Kendra L. Dias of Sugar Notch, Pennsylvania would have ordered the battle on him
- While she waits for a trial, the defendant walks through the streets of Luzerne County
A 24-year-old pregnant woman accused of beating her stepfather has been released from prison.
Kendra L. Dias of Sugar Notch, Pa. Several people had to bring down Donald Bachman (49) at his home, but she had essentially reduced her $ 1 million deposit to nothing that was due in advance.
This meant that while she waits for a trial, she walks the streets of Luzerne County, Times Leader reports.
Kendra L. Dias of Sugar Notch, Pa. Several people have to shoot Donald Bachman
The shooter, who reportedly paid $ 1,500 and received his Harley Davidson engine to kill Bachman in May 2015, has not yet been identified.
Police say they ordered the hit because the 49-year-old was a community activist who reported criminal activities to the police.
The victim's sister said the decision to let her out & # 39; bull & # 39; , but prosecutors have emphasized that there are & # 39; mitigating circumstances & # 39; are – possibly the fact that she is pregnant and has two children.
Kendra L. Dias of Sugar Notch, Pa. Was released from the correctional facility in Luzerne County
District Judge Richard M. Cronauer lowered her cash bail to $ 500,000 unsecured bail on Thursday, which meant she could walk.
Conditions for unsecured bail also mean that they must wear an electronic monitoring device at all times and have given permission for contact with the family of Bachman or potential witnesses in the case.
Dias only has to pay the $ 500,000 if she doesn't show up at her next job.
Assistant prosecutor Jarrett Ferentino, chief prosecutor of the case, claimed: "In the event that she commits a violation, she understands that she will be back in prison.
& # 39; Under the law, she is currently entitled to bail, but we have the right to set bail conditions to guarantee that she will answer these charges and basically walk the street while on bail. 39;
& # 39; It is not enough for me & # 39 ;, added Judi Comisky, Bachman's sister.