Jensen released from custody; former bond order still enforced
Daniel Jay Jensen, a 50-year-old man who is facing three felony charges — going armed with intent, first-degree burglary and third-degree burglary — has been released from custody.
On May 9, Jensen attempted to force his way into a pregnant woman’s home, which he thought was the current residence of someone else. At the time, Jensen was out on bond for first-degree burglary and armed with intent charges. His bond was set for $10,000, but was revoked a month after the May 9 incident.
At a bond review hearing Tuesday, Jasper County Court District Judge John Lloyd released Jensen and enforced his current bond. Lloyd stipulated that Jensen be put under electronic surveillance and also issued a no-contact order for all the witnesses on the list for his pending court appearances.
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