Judge Sets Rules for Suspect in Bishop Dwenger Student’s Death

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WOWO):  Jeremy Washington, the man accused of driving drunk after fleeing the scene of a shooting at the Corner Pocket Pub and causing the death of Bishop Dwenger student, Haley Nellum, had his initial hearing Monday morning. 

He appeared before an Allen County judge, who set a few rules that Washington must follow if he’s to remain out of jail leading up to a possible trial. According to our parents in news at 21 Alive, Washington can’t drive a car, he can’t possess a weapon, and he can’t have contact with victims or certain potential witnesses.

Washington slammed his car into Nellum’s after ignoring a red light during the early morning hours of March 29th.

Nellum was a sophomore at Bishop Dwenger High School.