Mark Redwine remained behind bars on $750,000 cash-surety bail Wednesday, despite a Front Range newspaper suggesting otherwise.
A district court judge reduced Redwine’s bail from $1 million cash only to $750,000 cash surety – meaning he can post bail through a bail bondsman – during an advisement hearing Tuesday in Durango. That means Redwine would need to come up with about $112,500 to post bail through a bail bondsman.
The Denver Post set off confusion among media outlets Wednesday when the newspaper published an Associated Press story on its website with the headline: “Mark Redwine posts bond after bail lowered from $1 million cash in son Dylan’s death.”
Rumors of Redwine’s release are greatly exaggerated.