$500,000 bond for safety guard charged with second-degree homicide in Denver protest taking pictures

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Denver Police DepartmentMatthew Robert Dolloff
A Denver decide on Monday set a $500,000 bond for the safety guard charged with second-degree homicide in a deadly taking pictures at an Oct. 10 protest.
Matthew Dolloff, 30, should submit the bond earlier than he could be launched from the downtown Denver jail, the place he has been since his arrest on the scene of the taking pictures close to the Denver Artwork Museum.
Denver prosecutors on Monday formally filed the second-degree homicide cost in opposition to Dolloff and a district court docket decide set the bond, the Denver District Court docket clerk’s workplace confirmed. Prosecutors introduced on Thursday that they’d file the cost, which carries a sentencing vary of 16 to 48 years in jail.
Dolloff is accused of homicide within the deadly taking pictures of Lee Keltner, 49, who was taking part in a “Patriot Rally” on Oct. 10 in Civic Heart Park. Dolloff was working as a safety guard for 9News journalists reporting on the rally and counterprotests, although Dolloff was not licensed to offer safety companies within the metropolis.
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Images and movies of the incident present Keltner strategy Dolloff and a 9News journalist and inform them to cease filming. Dolloff and Keltner then turned concerned in a bodily altercation. Dolloff shot Keltner as Keltner used pepper spray, photographs present.
Dolloff is scheduled to look earlier than Denver District Court docket Decide Shelley Gilman at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday.

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