Cain Velasquez Denied Bail In Attempted Murder Case

1 year ago by Sanchez Taylor

Cain Velasquez Denied Bail In Attempted Murder Case WWE

Cain Velasquez was denied bail for a second time during today’s (May 16) bail hearing, in his attempted murder case after a non-fatal shooting in San Jose, California.

Per reporter Nolan King, as well as TMZ, Judge Shelyna Brown denied bail, meaning that Velasquez will now be in custody until at least June 10.

Previous court documents stated that in late February, Velasquez was arrested after allegedly firing shots at Harry Goularte, who had been accused of molesting Velasquez’ family relative.

Goularte’s stepfather, Paul Bender, has claimed to have suffered nerve damage, alleging during the hearing that a bullet injured him so badly, he has damage to his fingers and can no longer work, per TMZ.

Velasquez is facing 10 total charges including 1st degree attempted murder, multiple counts of assault with a deadly weapon, and shooting an occupied motor vehicle, among others.

Velasquez shared a public statement on the incident in April which you can read right here.

We will continue to provide updates as they become available.

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