Judge Makes Decision On Bond For Tanner Flores
During Tanner Flores' first court appearance, his public defense attorney said he'd file a motion to set bond.
Bond, however, has been denied, according to the Coloradoan.
Flores appeared in court via webcam on Monday, where public defense attorney Daniel Jasinski made a case for setting bond based on the 18-year-old's "extremely supportive family and no prior criminal history."
The Coloradoan reports a protection order has also been issued against Flores, restricting him from coming within 50 yards of Ashley Doolittle's parents and brother.
Flores' second court appearance is scheduled for Thursday at 8:15 a.m.
The teen was transferred to Larimer County Jail on June 17 after he was initially taken into custody in Mesa County. He is accused of murdering ex-girlfriend Ashley Doolittle, 18, of Berthoud after she didn't come home on June 9. After shooting her twice in the head with his father's .22-caliber revolver, Flores drove her body to Mesa County where he was arrested at his late grandfather's ranch in Collbran.