O’Hare also suggested that there are others in the multifamily apartment house where Tejeda lives who could have been responsible for the holdup.
And, O’Hare asked, “Why did they hand him a picture of himself?”
But after looking at the surveillance photos and at Tejeda, Brennan, the judge, said he’s “99.999 percent certain” that they are the same person.
The judge set bail at $1 million surety or $100,000 cash, which Tejeda, who yesterday qualified for a court-appointed lawyer, is unlikely to make.
A probable cause hearing is scheduled for May 16.
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