MACOMB COUNTY, Mich. – One homeless man was given a $100,000 bond Monday during his arraignment on charges he assaulted and robbed another homeless man.
Robert Allen III, 40, had his bond set during an appearance in 41-B District Court of Clinton Township.
Allen is prohibited from having contact with the 45-year-old victim if he is released from bond. Allen is scheduled to return to court Oct. 3 for a probable cause conference.
The assault and robbery happened Friday. Allen was arrested in Mount Clemens and taken into custody the same day.
The Macomb County Prosecutor’s Office authorized a two-count warrant for the suspect: count 1, assault with intent to murder (life felony); and count 2, robbery-unarmed (15-year felony).
Allen is accused of assaulting the victim and then taking his backpack containing his personal property.
The victim remains in critical condition.