A recent motion filed by Ray County Prosecutor Danielle Rogers alleged Estenbaum failed to comply with the terms of his bond by violating the Missouri “Safe Schools Act.” A document added to the case file on Friday suggested that the teen had been spotted within 1,000 feet of school property in April. Rogers told the judge Wednesday that the former student had no reason to be on campus and therefore should have his bond revoked. Estenbaum’s attorney Mark Goodwin pushed the judge to dismiss the motion. “[Estenbaum] has graduated and this recent motion is keeping my client from moving on with his life,” Goodwin said.
Judge David Miller denied Rogers’ request and issued his own motion amending bond conditions. Miller warned the teen that he was playing with fire. Under the new terms, Estenbaum is not allowed on the high school premises or within 100 feet of the school which consequently includes the town’s only convenience store.