PROSECUTOR O’BRIEN SEEKS AND COURT GRANTS MOTION TO HOLD MAN IN JAIL WITHOUT BOND AFTER HE WAS ARRESTED WITH 60 POUNDS OF HEROIN/FENTANYL
Posted on 11/22/2017
Defendant: Boos Corona-Aguilar
Prosecutor Ron O’Brien filed a motion in Municipal Court at the initial appearance for Boos Corona-Aguilar, age 21, asking the Arraignment Court Judge Jim O’Grady to detain Corona-Aguilar without bail. The reason for the motion was that O’Brien alleged that Corona-Aguilar posed a danger to the community should he be released, because of the sixty pounds of Heroin laced with Fentanyl that he had in his possession and at his residence. Corona-Aguilar also had over a pound of Cocaine and over two and a half pounds of Heroin in his possession and at his residence. O’Brien told the Court that a no release condition will reasonably assure the safety of the community.
At the hearing this morning, Judge O’Grady found that O’Brien’s motion was well taken and granted it, ordering that Corona-Aguilar be held without bond. Corona-Aguilar waived his preliminary hearing, which gives the prosecution 60 days to present a case to the Franklin County Grand Jury.