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Bond denied for inmate charged with first degree murder

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© Dylan Cardeilhac following his 2/18 arraignment © Dylan Cardeilhac following his 2/18 arraignment
© Dylan Cardeilhac following his 2/18 arraignment © Dylan Cardeilhac following his 2/18 arraignment
© Dylan Cardeilhac being escorted by authorities for his 2/18 arraignment © Dylan Cardeilhac being escorted by authorities for his 2/18 arraignment
© Scotts Bluff County Attorney Doug Warner waiting outside County Courtroom #2 © Scotts Bluff County Attorney Doug Warner waiting outside County Courtroom #2

The inmate charged with the death of 24-year-old Amanda Baker will be held without bond, following his arraignment Tuesday afternoon in Scotts Bluff County Court.

15-year-old Dylan Cardeilhac is charged with first degree murder and first degree assault causing serious bodily injury. On Friday, authorities say Cardeilhac lured corrections officer Amanda Baker into her cell, and fatally attacked her.

Judge Kris Mickey has appointed James Mowbray from the Nebraska Commission on Public Advocacy to represent Cardeilhac for his most recent charges.

A preliminary hearing has been scheduled for March 17th at 8 a.m. in Scotts Bluff County Court.

If convicted of first degree murder, Cardeilhac would be facing a life sentence, with a mandatory minimum of 40-years behind bars.

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