(S.D.)-Judge Won't Lower Bond In Rapid Cit Kidnapping Case
RAPID CITY, S.D. (ASSOCIATED PRESS) - A judge has refused to reduce bond for a Rapid City man accused in an alleged kidnapping last November.
Bond earlier was set at $35,000 for Joshua Peacock on kidnapping and burglary charges. The 28-year-old was the subject of a citywide search after he allegedly kidnapped a woman when she found him burglarizing her home. He allegedly forced the woman to drive him to a Wal-Mart to get cash but fled when she went into the store.
Defense attorney John Murphy on Tuesday asked Judge Robert Gusinsky to consider a personal recognizance bond for Peacock so he could get mental health counseling and medication at a hospital rather than in jail. Prosecutor Mark Vargo objected, citing the nature of the charges and the uncertainty surrounding Peacock's mental health.
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