No bond for accused shooter of Tulane med student, alleged girlfriend's bond set at $100k

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NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) — The suspects connected to the shooting of a Tulane med school student made appearances before a magistrate judge in New Orleans to have bonds set.

The accused shooter, 21-year-old Euric Cain, faces a list of charges. He was ordered held on no bond in connection with the attempted murder and kidnapping charges. Cain also faces two armed robbery charges for which bond was set at $150,000 and $250,000.

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Cain is accused of attacking a woman Friday morning (Nov. 20) at about 4:30. Then, when Tulane medical student Peter Gold stopped his car and attempted to intervene, Cain is accused of shooting Gold in the gut. Surveillance video of the shooting also shows Cain apparently trying to shoot Gold again but the gun jams.

Police arrested Cain at a house in the 2200 block of Delechaise Street. They say 17-year-old Nictoria Washington, who police identify as Cain's girlfriend, was also at the house. She was booked with accessory to armed robbery. Tuesday, her bond was set at $100,000.

At last word, Gold remained hospitalized in stable condition.

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