Accused NAU shooter Steven Jones will be released on $2,000,000 bail and allowed to live with his parents while he awaits trial for shooting and killing a fellow student and injuring three others in what he claims was self-defense.
 
Coconino County Superior Court Judge Dan Slayton set very strict conditions for jones’ release to Maricopa County adult Probation and Parole, including a curfew, surrender of his passport, searches of his home for weapons and 24-hour GPS monitoring. Judge Slayton says it will take a couple days for the g-p-s monitoring system to be set up and he will remain in jail until it is verified to be working. Slayton told Jones that if he misses any payments on the service he will be back in court. Jones next hearing is set for mid-August

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