WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — Screaming “justice for Reyda,” dozens of protesters gathered Monday outside city court in White Plains, where a suspended firefighter accused of killing a woman in a drunken-driving crash appeared.
Among the complaints of the about 80 demonstrators was the $25,000 bond set for Erik Refvik, WCBS 880’s Sean Adams reported. Refvik only had to pay 10 percent, or $2,500 in cash, to be released.
The district attorney had requested a higher bail. The judge, however, felt Refvik was not a flight risk, CBS2’s Lou Young reported.