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A guy who is suspected of driving over a woman and her daughter with his car and killing them has been freed on bond.

Monte Henderson, 22, was released from detention on Friday morning after he posted $20,000 of his $200,000 bond, according to court papers.

Laticha Bracero, 42, and Alyssa Cordova, 21, of Chicago, Illinois, died in their sleep. Henderson is currently facing two counts of “first-degree involuntary manslaughter” and two counts of “armed criminal action.”

The two women were leaving a Drake concert when Henderson jumped a red light on February 14th while driving in St. Louis, Missouri, according to the police.

A horrifying security film showed Henderson’s automobile speeding across the junction, hitting the two victims after it collided with another car.

According to police documents in court, “data collected from the Jeep Grand Cherokee revealed that the vehicle was going at speeds in excess of 70 mph prior to breaking the red traffic signal.”

According to the authorities, Bracero was pronounced dead at the spot, and her daughter apparently passed away after being transferred to the hospital.

At the time of the collision, Henderson’s condition was listed as critical, and he was also admitted to the hospital.

Henderson’s lawyer stated in a statement, “This is a really terrible tragedy. Monte is a highly upstanding young guy interested in academics and athletics.”

Charge filings state that St. Louis police officer Matthew Wieczorek stated the motorist ought to be detained as he thought Henderson would not respond to his summons.

But since “he had no past offenses,” Judge Annette Llewellyn disagreed with the decision to have him deposit 10% of his bail, according to STLToday.

Kim Gardner, a Democratic St. Louis Circuit Attorney, was forced to retire from office in May 2023 after voicing soft-spoken sentiments about violent criminals. Llewellyn was one of her first workers.

Since leaving the Soros-backed Gardner’s office and taking the bench in 2018, Llewellyn has angered some opponents by taking a similarly liberal attitude toward her former employer, with Henderson’s bail being the most recent example.

Author: Blake Ambrose

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