According to a report provied by WrestlingINC Armando Alejandro Montalvo, the man who was shot outside the WWE Performance Center in August 2015, has been denied bail for trespassing. He was arrested for trespassing back in June and then later had another incident at the Performance Center. According to the latest update, Montalvo was denied bail earlier this month.
Montalvo was previously out on bail when he was arrested again last June. His June 5 arrest include the following charges: Battery on a Law Enforcement Officer, Trespassing on Property After Warning, and Resisting Officer With Violence outside of a Walmart. Armando later posted $2,750 bond and then continued to trespass on the WWE Performance Center, where he harassed talent. The latest incident at the Performance Center took place on June 15.
Montalvo was later arrested again on June 22 while he was released on bond for again trying to go to the WWE Performance Center. He was later charged with Trespassing on Property After Warning. This is the arrest that caused his latest bond denial.
The following court document reads as follows:
“Here, the Defendant is not entitled to a bond in this cast as he was out on bond when he committed a new law violation. There is no set of conditions that the Court could impose that would protect the safety of the community. It is, therefore, ORDERED and ADJUDGED that the Defendant’s Motion to Set Bail Bond is DENIED.”
Montalvo is currently scheduled for a pre-trial hearing on November 18. His case is set to go to trial on November 30.