BRUNSWICK, Ga. – A Georgia man arrested after he reported finding his family killed in their mobile home has been granted bond.
Guy Heinze Jr. was granted $20,000 bond Wednesday.
It was his first court appearance since he was arrested on charges of drug possession, evidence tampering and lying to police after the killings that claimed eight lives in this coastal Georgia city.
The judge ordered the 22-year-old Heinze placed under house arrest with an ankle monitor.
It was uncertain where Heinze would serve his house arrest since he was living in the mobile home where his relatives were found dead Saturday.
Police have released little information on who they think killed the family. They aren't calling Heinze a suspect in the killings but also aren't ruling him out.