CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - The man accused in the fatal shooting of a downtown parking lot attendant was back behind bars after posting an impressive $1M bond in April.
Matthew Warmus had a bond revocation hearing late Friday morning. This, after the 25-year-old was hauled to jail after violating the terms of his bond.
Prosecutors say Warmus' house arrest device wasn't reporting correctly over Memorial Day weekend.
Warmus' attorney said that his client's phone line was snipped by landscapers and once a repair was made, the house arrest device started working again.
Warmus is accused of killing David Williams in a downtown Cleveland parking lot at East 9th and Carnegie right before a Cavs game. The two were arguing over a parking spot.