A $3,000 bond was set Thursday in Houston County Superior Court for a Warner Robins man accused of an April 9 heist of a lemonade stand on Smithville Church Road in Houston County.
Gage Allen Turner, 20, had not made the bond and remained at the Houston County jail late Thursday afternoon.
He and Amber Michelle Umbarger, 21, also of Warner Robins, were indicted by a Houston County grand jury Tuesday, each on a single count of robbery by sudden snatching about $130 from the lemonade stand set up by the cousin of an ailing toddler and her friends.
Superior Court Judge Katherine K. Lumsden set conditions on the bond that included electronic monitoring and house arrest for 45 days, said Amy Smith, chief assistant district attorney. After 45 days, his attorney, Russell Walker of Perry, can request that the restrictions be lessened to allow Turner to go to school to earn his General Education Diploma, or GED. If granted, Turner would remain on electronic monitoring, Smith said.
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Other conditions included no contact with the victims or the co-defendant, Smith said.