Alleged Taft Union High School shooter to remain in custody after bail hearing
Atty claimed bail of $1.5M was 'unreasonable'
Last Updated: 216 days ago
TAFT, Calif. - The alleged Taft High School shooter, Bryan Oliver, will remain in custody, for now.
Bryan Oliver's public defender, Paul Cadman, argued Oliver's bail amount of 1.5 million dollars was unreasonable and tried to get it lowered to $100,000, but the judge disagreed.
Oliver is charged with two counts of attempted murder for January's shooting at Taft Union High School.
He'll return to court next month.
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