J.D. Foust In Court Friday, Preliminary Hearing Set for April 13
The former Hannibal elementary school principal accused of heroin possession was in court Friday morning.
33 year old J.D. Foust’s attorney asked for a reduction of his client’s $100,000 bond to something more affordable.
Judge John Jackson did not rule on the request. That’s expected to happen at a preliminary hearing April 13th.
Foust is charged with possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver. He was arrested February 18th after task force agents found heroin in a coat that belonged to Foust during a search of his residence.
Foust was also scheduled to be in court Friday afternoon in a civil matter. His wife has asked for an order of protection against him.