Bond denied for man arrested for shooting at construction workers, PCSO deputy
On Wednesday, the Pinal County Attorney’s Office successfully argued before Honorable Judge Neal to deny setting bond for Danny Davis, a Florence man arrested on Monday for shooting at construction workers and a PCSO deputy.
During his initial appearance on Tuesday, the Pinal County Attorney’s Office requested Davis be held without bond and Judge Callahan scheduled a Simpson hearing for Wednesday afternoon. During the Simpson hearing, the Pinal County Attorney’s Office established reason to believe Davis poses a substantial danger to another person or community and that no conditions of release may be imposed to reasonably assure the safety of Pinal families.
Pinal County Attorney Lando Voyles released the following statement:
“Every Hispanic person, whether living here illegallyor legally, in Pinal County victimized by an unjustified, violent hate crimewill be protected by the rule of law, as will the brave Pinal County deputy whoresponded to this heinous crime. My office sought to have the court hold thisdefendant without bond as a threat to the community and we will prosecute himto the fullest extent of the law.”