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CrimeEuclid murder suspect mistakenly released from jail without posting bond

17:57  19 june  2019
17:57  19 june  2019 Source:   fox8.com

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EUCLID , Ohio– The suspect in the murder of a Euclid man was mistakenly released from jail . Theodore Hester, 33, was killed inside his home on On Monday, a warrant was issued for Drewery’s arrest. According to court documents, he was erroneously released from jail without posting bond .

On Tuesday -- as jail and court officials along with prosecutors sought to assign blame -- the sheriff's office said it was still trying to locate the defendant. A grand jury indicted Vail on a first-degree murder charge on April 3 and he was ordered held without bond , according to a statement from the

Euclid murder suspect mistakenly released from jail without posting bond © courtesy: Euclid police/TNS Jacquise J. Drewery

EUCLID, Ohio– The suspect in the murder of a Euclid man was mistakenly released from jail.

Theodore Hester, 33, was killed inside his home on Mardson Drive in Euclid in the early-morning hours of June 12.

The U.S. Marshals arrested 21-year-old Jacquise J. Drewery in the case later that day. He was charged with murder and appeared in Euclid Municipal Court, where his bond was set at $1 million.

On Monday, a warrant was issued for Drewery’s arrest. According to court documents, he was erroneously released from jail without posting bond.

Authorities say he later turned himself in.

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EUCLID , Ohio– The suspect in the murder of a Euclid man was mistakenly released from jail . Theodore Hester, 33, was killed inside his home on Mardson Drive in Euclid in the early-morning hours of According to court documents, he was erroneously released from jail without posting bond .

A suspected murderer was apparently released from Cuyahoga County Jail without posting his million bond . His initial case, filed with Euclid Municipal Court, was bound over to Cuyahoga County with a bond set at million. Drewery, who has since been taken back into custody, is scheduled to

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