The self-proclaimed leader of a Michigan-based white supremacist group, The Base, will remain in jail as the case against him progresses.

Bond was recently revoked for Justen Watkins, 25, of Bad Axe, after District Court Judge Cedric Simpson discovered new criminal charges were filed against him in Huron County, which violated his bond.

Citing the bond violations, the lack of a permanent residence Watkins would be staying at, as well as difficulties in ensuring he would have no contact with the hate group, Simpson declined to reinstate bond at a hearing on Monday, May 17.

Watkins, charged in Washtenaw County with one count each of gang membership, unlawful posting of a message and using a computer to commit a crime, is accused of terrorizing a family in Dexter after mistaking their home for the home of a podcaster who speaks out against white supremacists, according to the Michigan Attorney General’s Office.

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