KENOSHA (WXOW) -- The Kenosha County judge presiding over the case against Kyle Rittenhouse has modified his bond requirements.
WXOW's Milwaukee affiliate WISN reports the modification was requested because prosecutors said when Rittenhouse went to a Mount Pleasant bar after his arraignment on Jan. 5, he flashed "white power" signs while posing for photos, and was serenaded with the Proud Boys' anthem.
The court document filed modifying the bond said Rittenhouse:
"...Shall neither possess nor consume alcoholic beverages. The defendant shall not knowingly have contact with any person or group of persons known to harm, threaten, harass or menace others on the basis of their race, beliefs on the subject of religion, color, national origin or gender. No Weapons-especially firearms."
Rittenhouse's next court appearance is scheduled for March 10. A jury trial is scheduled to begin March 29.
If convicted, Rittenhouse faces up to life in prison.