Bloomington Driver Gets Bond Reduced

Published 02/20 2014 07:24PM

Updated 02/20 2014 07:28PM

A Bloomington driver, indicted in connection with a fatal accident which killed an ISU student, got his half million dollar bond reduced Thursday. According to prosecutors, 20 year old Braiton Holloway's bond was reduced to 100 thousand dollars but with conditions. He's charged with aggravated DUI and is free on bond. Police say Holloway was driving under the influence when his car and another driven by Jacob Gerber of Morton collided at Mitsubishi Parkway and West College Avenue. Holloway is back in court April 25th.

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