Deegan Bonded Out Of Jail
A Gainesville accountant charged in a human trafficking case is no longer being held in the Alachua County Jail.
Timothy Deegan was able to post the $150,000 bond wednesday after a judge reduced it dramatically tuesday.
The reduction came after several people testified that they believed Deegan was neither a threat to the community nor a flight risk.
Deegan was booked June 6th on three counts of human trafficking for $300,000 and an additional cocaine charge of one hundred thousand dollars.
Gainesville police say Deegan used three women as sex slaves inside his home.
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