Las Vegas Judge Sets Bail For Suspect In Simpson Robbery Case

A Las Vegas judge has set bail at $32,000 for one of the co-defendants in the O.J. Simpson armed robbery case.

A lawyer for Michael McClinton says his client will not be able to make bail. The judge has set a preliminary hearing date of Oct.4.

McClinton is accused of bursting into a casino hotel room, with Simpson and other men, and robbing two sports memorabilia collectors at gunpoint.

Simpson was released after making bail Wednesday.

Anther man involved in the case, Charles Cashmore, also appeared
before a judge Thursday.

He was scheduled to return for another hearing on Friday.

Both McClinton and Cashmore remain in custody.

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