Walter Bond is being charged with two more arsons in Utah claimed by the “A.L.F. Lone Wolf” as well as the Sheepskin factory in Denver to which he has already agreed to plead guilty The new charges include the Salt Lake City businesses of Tandy Leather Factory and Tiburon (foie gras restaurant).
He now faces two counts of arson and two counts of force, violence and threats involving animal enterprises.
The ALF arson at Tandy did $30,000 in damages was done to the Tandy Leather Factory, and the July Tiburon arson did $10,000 damages.
Bond was allegedly taped admitting to his brother that he was responsible for the arsons.
He could receive a maximum of twenty years in prison for each count of arson, plus animal enterprise additions, which carry a potential five years each.
Bond may be transferred to Utah after the Denver case is over, but until then please support him at the following address.
Walter Edmund Bond
PO Box 16700
Golden, CO 80402-6700
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