Bond Raised for Charleston Attorney
A man accused of firing several shots inside and outside his house in the Sherwood Forest subdivision is facing a higher bond. 49-year old Mark Bramble was charged with murder and wanton endangerment after the incident August 12th that led to a police during a standoff that lasted almost three hours. A judge has reinstated a $200,000 cash-only bond for the Charleston attorney, after it was reduced to $25,000 by a Kanawha County magistrate on Thursday. Bramble remains in the South Central Regional Jail. Bramble's attorney has said his client is suffering from mental-health issues.