A Nevada decide didn’t budge Wednesday on the $750,000 bail set for the person accused of kidnapping Naomi Irion, an 18-year-old who disappeared two weeks in the past.
Troy Driver, 41, must be fitted with a GPS monitoring system and have day by day check-ins with authorities if he posts bond, Decide Lori Matheus mentioned throughout a digital arraignment on Wednesday.
Driver has been held in a Lyon County Jail since his arrest Friday, and prosecutors didn’t object to the decide letting the unique bail quantity stand, in line with FOX 11.
Irion was final seen at a Walmart in Fernley, Nevada on March 12, 2022.Lyon County Sheriff’s Workplace through AP, File
Irion’s household at a listening to for Driver at Canal Township Justice Court docket in Fernley on March 30, 2022.Kristin Oh/The Reno Gazette-Journal through AP
Irion disappeared after she was seen leaving a Walmart in Fernley, outdoors of Reno, at about 5 a.m. on March 12, the Lyon County Sherriff’s Workplace mentioned.
Driver is seen on surveillance footage sporting a masks and hooded sweatshirt, nervously pacing, earlier than he will get into Irion’s 1992 Mercury Sable and driving off. Irion’s automotive was discovered three days later in an industrial park, with proof that had cops consider Irion’s disappearance was “suspicious in nature.”
Driver hasn’t entered a plea on a first-degree kidnapping cost. He had reportedly been sentenced to fifteen years in jail associated to a 1997 homicide case out of California, the Related Press mentioned.
Irion’s automotive was discovered at an industrial park on March 15, 2022.Lyon County Sheriff’s Workplace
The FBI is providing a $10,000 reward for info to find Irion.
“Naomi was final seen sporting a blue Panasonic firm shirt, a grey cardigan sweater, grey pants and brown boots,” the FBI mentioned on its web site.
Irion’s purse and iPhone have but to be discovered.
A pre-trial listening to is scheduled for April 5 and a preliminary listening to set for April 15, Fox 11 mentioned.
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