Christopher Epps Testifies For Bond After Burglary Arrest
Former Corrections Commissioner Christopher Epps says he was not thinking and made a mistake by removing items from the house he forfeited to the federal government.
His bond revocation hearing continues today as a federal judge considers evidence about whether Epps was intoxicated when he took the items from the vacant house on October 27th.
Epps pleaded guilty in 2015 to corruption charges and has been free on bond, but now he also faces burglary charges.
The forfeited home was sold a day after Epps took outdoor lights and a control panel from it.
The new owners called police after noticing the items were missing.