A judge refused Monday to reduce the $500,000 bond for the man accused in the April shooting death of Nebraska soccer star Jenna Cooper at a party.
Lancaster County District Judge John Colborn refused to lower the bond for Lucky Iromuanya who is charged with second-degree murder.
He also faces a charge of attempted second degree murder for shooting 22-year-old Nolan Jenkins at the same party. The 22-year-old Iromuanya also is charged with two counts of using a weapon to commit a felony.
He faces up to life in prison.
His trial is set for July.
The shooting occurred at a party at Cooper's house to celebrate the end of the soccer season.
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