Saluda murder suspect posts bonds, gets out of jailPublished 6:43pm Thursday, June 14, 2012
A Saluda man charged with murder posted bond and is currently out of jail, according to Henderson County Sheriff’s Office reports.
Brandon Cody-Lee Case, 23, was charged with the murder of Joshua William Lindsay, also of Saluda, who was found dead in February.
Case originally received no bond, but then was given a $500,000 bond in March.
Case was released from jail on Friday, June 8 after posting a property bond using a bondsman, according to a sheriff’s officer.
The judge who set Case’s bond in March ordered that if Case made bond he have no contact with the victim’s family.
Case was arrested on Feb. 25 after investigators found Lindsay dead at his 2643 Macedonia Road home on Feb. 22. Investigators said they responded to a report that Lindsay died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, but after conflicting statements were heard and evidence was collected, Case was charged with the murder.
Preliminary autopsy results determined that Lindsay’s death was homicide and that he died as a result of a large-caliber, non-exiting gunshot wound to the face and neck.
Case’s next court date is scheduled for June 25 in Henderson County Court.