Kenosha County (WQOW) – Jacob Blake, the man shot by police in Kenosha last month, was in front of a judge, virtually from his hospital room, on Friday where a signature bond was set.
The bond is for a sexual assault and disorderly conduct case that was filed back in July. Blake allegedly broke into a woman's home on May 3 and sexually assaulted her before stealing her truck.
Blake’s shooting has led to weeks protests and riots in Kenosha and in other places around the country.
In court on Friday, a $10,000 signature bond was set with orders not to have contact with the victim in the case.
From his hospital bed, Blake waived his right to a preliminary hearing.
The court found probable cause Blake committed a felony and bound him over for trial.
Blake will be back in court on October 21. Jury selection for his trial will begin on November 9.