Bond Reduced For Student Suspected In NCSU Crime Spree
Posted April 25, 2006
RALEIGH, N.C. — A judge reduced the bond for a North Carolina State University student accused of going on a crime spree in Raleigh.
Timothy Williams' bond is now $700,000, which is down from $2.5 million.
Williams' bond was originally set at $5 million.
Police say Williams and James Lyons are responsible for robbing several people and shooting at several cars on and near N.C. State's campus in February.