Judge sets bond in Morton Grove mosque attack
Bond has been set for a man accused of firing a weapon at a suburban mosque during Ramadan services.

A judge set bond at $45,000 for 51-year-old David Conrad.

Police say Conrad used an air rifle to fire shots at the Muslim Education Center in Morton Grove Friday night.

His attorney denied the charges.

The judge also ordered Conrad to stay away from the mosque and have no contact with any of it's members.

Once he is released on bail Conrad will be required to wear an electronic monitoring device.