COLUMBUS, Ohio — A man charged with shooting fireworks at Columbus police officers during last summer’s protests has been released from jail after his bond was reduced Wednesday.
Brandon Pack was accused of firing commercial-grade fireworks at police officers during a downtown protest on May 29.
Authorities said at least 21 officers were injured when Pack allegedly shot off the fireworks.
He was indicted on 12 counts of felonious assault, a count of aggravated arson and a count of aggravated arson in December.
Pack’s bond was initially set at $1 million. A judge reduced that amount to $10,000 on Wednesday.
Pack has since posted bond and has been released from jail.