The new charges prompted Clark County Assistant Prosecutor Brian Driscoll to request Rastatter to change the man’s bond arrangements in the murder case.
“We have an individual who obviously charged with a very serious crime, murder, and then we have a subsequent recent arrest where a firearm was found,” Driscoll told the court Monday.
Driscoll said officers also found what is believed to be cocaine in the car.
Jon Paul Rion is defending Crossley in the case and asked the judge for bond modifications instead of revocation. He asked the court to consider putting Crossley on home detention and noted that Crossley has never missed a court appearance.
A next court date has not been set in the case.