Wisconsin prosecutors seek arrest warrant for Kenosha shooter Kyle Rittenhouse after he ‘broke his bail conditions’ by moving house while out of jail
- Prosecutors appear to not be able to find Rittenhouse, 17, and are seeking a new warrant for his arrest
- Prosecutors said that his address is ‘false and the defendant no longer resides there’
- Officials are seeking to increase his by bond by $200,000
- He was released on $2million bail paid for by conservative groups in November
Wisconsin prosecutors are seeking a new arrest warrant for Kenosha shooter Kyle Rittenhouse, 17, claiming that he broke the conditions of his bail by moving houses.
Court documents filed with Judge Bruce Schroeder show that prosecutors essentially cannot find Rittenhouse, claiming in the warrant application that his address is ‘false and the defendant no longer resides there.’
Prosecutors are also seeking to increase his bond by $200,000.
Kyle Rittenhouse, pictured, has reportedly moved, violating the terms of his release from jail
Rittenhouse, an Illinois teen charged with shooting three people and killing two of them, was released from custody in November after posting a posted $2million bail – paid for by conservative groups.
‘Rarely does our community see accused murderers roaming about freely. As a result, the defendant’s bond requires him to update the Court in writing within 48 hours of any change of address or telephone number,’ the motion reads, according to WITI.