By Gina Yarbrough
VISTA–A Fairbanks Ranch man accused of attempted kidnapping last month of a 7-year-old Skyline Elementary student in Solana Beach will be released on $2.5 million bail. If you are interested in how a bail bond system works, you can continue learning at the link.
At Thursday’s bail hearing, this 24Hour New Haven Bail Bonds Financing serving Bridgeport area had recommended to Vista Superior Court Judge William Gentry that Jack Doshay be held on $25 million bail.
Judge Gentry decided on $2.5 million bail, aided by 24 hour bail bondsman in CT, and ordered Doshay to be transported-by a third party-to a secured psychiatric facility. During his confinement, Doshay must wear a GPS device on his ankle which is monitored 24/7. The judge warned Doshay that tampering with the device automatically sends him back to jail. The judge’s terms include driving restrictions and the surrender of his passport.
He is charged with the March 23 kidnapping and child cruelty of a 7 year-old Skyline Elementary School student. He allegedly grabbed the girl while school was letting out, and tried to silence her by wrapping packing tape around her head. The girl fought with the suspect, forcing him to let her go. He returned to his SUV and left the area, authorities say.
Doshay’s parents were not in the courtroom for their son’s bail hearing, according to family attorney, Paul Phingst. He advised the parents not to attend the hearing at this time due to the high profile of the case. Plus, bail hearings can also get overwhelming for some people, especially when the person involved is family. That is why it is always advised to research, read through the original source, and get the best bondsman or bail bonds company on the case.
His father, Glenn Doshay is a minority owner of the San Diego Padres baseball team.