As a result of the child being in the mobile home, Sullivan and St. Peter are each also facing a felony charge of storing methamphetamine paraphernalia in the presence of a child. An additional charge of aiding an offender was filed against St. Peter, whose bail was set at $20,000 when he appeared in court Friday.
Sullivan’s bail was set at $50,000 Thursday when he appeared for the alleged probation violation. He told District Court Judge Gregory Anderson that it didn’t matter what bail was set at for the new charges because it would be out of his reach at any amount.
“I own nothing,” Sullivan said. “I live nowhere. I live right here in the jail. I’ve lost everything.”
Citing the seriousness of the charges, Anderson set Sullivan’s bail at $100,000.