Bond reduced in Kimball asphalt plant bombing case
Five-day jury trial scheduled to begin July 20
December 6, 2019
By RICHARD JENKINS
HURLEY — The bond for a Kimball, Wisconsin man accused of bombing an asphalt plant in 2015 was reduced in Iron County court Wednesday, and a date was set for the case to go to trial.
Judge Ann Knox-Bauer said there were two ways for Matthew Allen Gollubske to post bond. He will be released to await a five-day, July 20 jury trial if he can post $5,000 cash and a $100,000 signature bond, or a $25,000 property bond and a $50,000 signature bond.
“I think there is a justification for reducing the bond, the question is what would be a reasonable...