The Kenosha District Court judge lowers the loan in case of a crime | Local news

A Kenosha County District Court judge on Thursday adjusted bail for a 28-year-old city resident who is on three charges after being arrested on August 28.

Tamandre Gatson, who was held in the Kenosha County Jail on a $ 15,000 cash loan, is on criminal charges of possession of a firearm by a felon, escape, and possession of marijuana.

After a petition hearing Thursday, Judge Robert S. Repischak granted the defense’s motion to lower the bond to $ 3,000 in cash, along with a $ 12,000 signature guarantee.

Gatson will be in court for a status hearing on Jan. 13 at 2 p.m.

According to the criminal complaint, the police were called to a domestic dispute and upon their arrival the defendant left the apartment in a BMW. Police tried to stop Gatson, but he escaped at about 70 mph before losing control and the vehicle rolled into a field near the Edward Bain School on the 2600 block on 48th Street.

The complaint also states that a loaded 9mm pistol was found on the driver’s side running boards. Gatson sustained several non-life threatening injuries, including facial cracks, facial fractures, and lost teeth.

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