Man Who Allegedly Drove Over ‘Republican’ Teen: I Don’t Want To Lose My ‘Job,’ ‘Life,’ ‘House’ Because Of Bond

Man Who Allegedly Drove Over ‘Republican’ Teen: I Don’t Want To Lose My ‘Job,’ ‘Life,’ ‘House’ Because Of Bond


The 41-year-old man who allegedly admitted to murdering a Republican teenager over politics at the start of the week said this week in court that he did not want to lose things in his life due to bond because of the charges.

Shannon Brandt was charged with vehicular homicide and leaving the scene of a crash involving a death after he allegedly hit and killed Cayler Ellingson on Sunday in McHenry, a small town two hours northwest of Fargo, North Dakota. He posted bond on Tuesday.

Brandt said that he objected to the $50,000 bond that was set because he was not a flight risk.

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He said, “I have a job, a life and a house and things that I don’t exactly want to see go by the wayside

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