Curtis Lovelace Free on Bond, Retrial Delayed to October
For the first time in 651 days, Curtis Lovelace is out of jail.
The former Adams County Prosecutor was released from the Hancock County Jail in Carthage Tuesday afternoon.
The release came as the result of Judge Bob Hardwick granting a defense motion to reduce Lovelace’s bond from $5-million to $3-and-a-half million dollars.
Friends of Lovelace posted two certified checks Tuesday to cover his bond.
Lovelace was fitted with a GPS ankle monitor late Tuesday morning.
Along with the monitor, conditions of Lovelace’s release include home confinement, except to attend church Sundays with his family.
At the Monday hearing in Cass County Circuit Court, the date for Lovelace’s retrial for murdering his first wife, Corey, was pushed back to October 24th.