Conditions include curfew, GPS tracking
After just over two months of incarceration, 20-year-old Jack D. Young was released from the Uvalde County Jail on Friday after posting a $310,000 bond. His pre-trial restrictions mandate a 7 p.m. curfew, weekly drug testing, wearing a GPS monitor and use of an ignition interlock device.
This means Young, who resides in the Leakey area, will have a GPS device on his person so his location can be tracked. The ignition interlock device was to be placed on any vehicle Young has access to, according to 38th Judicial District Attorney Daniel Kindred. The device acts as a breathalyzer and prevents a vehicle from starting if the motorist is deemed to be under the influence of a certain level of alcohol.
In June, the Uvalde County Grand Jury issued 14 two-count indictments on Young for the Concan-area crash that killed 13 people on March 29. Young, accompanied by his attorney Rogelio F. Muñoz of Uvalde, turned himself in to authorities on June 28.
On Aug. 24 he pleaded not guilty to 13 counts of intoxicated manslaughter with a vehicle, 13 counts of manslaughter, one count of intoxicated assault with a vehicle, and one count of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. The surety bonds are attached to the first six counts, while the next nine counts carry personal recognizance bonds.
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