A judge added millions to the bond of a man arrested with a woman last week after they were found with guns at South Macon elementary school campus.
Macon County Detention Center records show Adam Conley now faces a $3 million bond after an altercation at the jail
Records show Conley’s bond was raised on Saturday.
Conley now faces two more charges, in addition to those filed in connection to his arrest at South Macon Elementary School last Thursday.
The additional charges are assault on a government official, which carries a mandatory $2 million bond, and resisting a public officer.
Conley and Kathryn Jetter were arrested early Thursday morning after a bus driver reported them on the elementary school campus. Investigators say they were armed with loaded guns on school property, tried to shoot at a deputy during the arrest and had a gun on a school bus. Police say the two were also on drugs and shot and killed a cat at the school.
Conley and Jetter remain in the detention facility. Jetter’s bond remains set at $1 million.