Former UC Police Officer Ray Tensing Has Been Released From Jail After Pleading Not Guilty!!!!!
|Former UC Police Officer Ray Tensing Has Been Released |
From Jail After Pleading Not Guilty!!!!!
At the arraignment, the judge set Tensing's bond at $1 million.
Tensing posted bond later in the day, according to the Hamilton County Clerk of Courts' website. His
next court date is set for August 19.
The former officer later Thursday posted 10% of his bail, according to the Hamilton County clerk’s website.
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Attorney Stew Mathews
The defendant wore a striped jail uniform, his hands cuffed behind his back, and said only: “Yes, your honor,” when asked if he understood the charges against him. The next hearing was set for Aug. 19.
Mr. Tensing was fired from his job Wednesday, after the announcement of his indictment, university officials said.
He had been on the campus force for more than a year and earlier served for several years on the force of a small city, Mr. Mathews said.
The shooting occurred about a mile from campus on July 19. Mr. Tensing has said he was being dragged by Mr. DuBose’s car as the motorist tried to leave the scene and was forced to shoot.