Court documents show Lamont’s history of assault, domestic violence, harassment and disorderly conduct convictions dating back to 2012. Those compounded with two open cases for trespassing and theft were factors in the state’s opinion that Lamont poses a danger to the community.
The judge agreed to bail conditions set by the state of $75,000 cash performance bond, with round-the-clock house arrest monitoring. Lamont was prohibited from drinking alcohol, having contact with the victim, and possessing weapons.
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