The former police chief accused of the 1972 murder of Camp Lejeune Marine William Miller bonded out of the Onslow County Jail on Friday.
As a condition of Hayden’s pre-trial release, Onslow County District Court Judge Jim Moore ordered Hayden’s home in Beaufort and his son’s home in Cape Carteret be used as a guarantee Hayden will appear in court.
“The homes must be put up for collateral,” Moore said. “If he runs, the roof over his grandchildren’s heads will be taken away.”
Read about the bond hearing here. That article links to all the previous jdnews.com articles about the case.