Man charged in Kaylin Gillis’ death wants to return to crime scene
That’s a request contained in this motion filed by Monahan’s attorney and obtained by NewsChannel 13.
Monahan is accused of shooting Gillis as she was a passenger in an SUV that had gotten lost and turned around in his driveway in Hebron.
He’s charged with murder, not intentional, but under a theory of law that he acted with depraved indifference to human life.
He’s been held in jail since the hours after his April 15 arrest.
His attorney, Kurt Mausert, is asking the judge to allow Monahan to visit his property so he can do a walkthrough and show him exactly where he and others were at the time of the shooting.
Mausert says Monahan can remain in handcuffs at all times, but it’s necessary for him to be there to mount a proper defense.