DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - One of two Dayton security guards accused of killing a man they say tried to run them over is now out of jail. The other now has a better chance of getting out.
That has the victim's family upset. They've been everywhere in their search for justice.
"I was disappointed. I was like when's enough enough," said Saprena Riley, Dante Price's mother.
Family members are angry that Judge Timothy O'Connell lowered the bonds for the two security guards accused of shooting and killing Dante Price at the Summit Square Apartments in March.
The security guards say he was trying to run them over with his car.
Justin Wissinger had his bond reduced from $1-million to $500,000 and is now out of jail and on home detention after posting it.
Christopher Tarbert's bond was lowered from $1-million to $900,000, but he is still in jail.
"As we continue to seek justice for Dante we think there should be no reduction in these persons bond," said Bishop Richard Cox, SCLC.
We wanted to get both sides of the story, so we went to the lawyer for Tarbert, Mark Deters.
He tells us he would like to see his client released and put on electronic home monitoring.
"In this case Chris Tarbert has never had a criminal offense. He's from the area. And there's no indication he's going to flee. He's claimed self-defense," said Deters.
To clear things up for you, we went to an expert to ask about bond in cases like this one.
Tom Hagel is a Judge and a University of Dayton Professor of Law and says if anything bonds usually get raised but it's not unheard of to have it lowered.
He tells us you have to take the emotion out of the decision and look at whether a defendant will show in court and whether he or she is a threat to the community.
"I totally understand the feelings of the families but once again you're talking about bond the idea is not to set a bond to make sure prior to any finding of guilt they never get out of jail," said Tom Hagel, University of Dayton.
A hearing has been set on September 6 to review the bonds for the two guards.
In the meantime, Bishop Cox says he plans to meet next week with Al Sharpton and National SCLC officials to get them involved in the case.