James Eagan Holmes, who allegedly killed 12 and wounded 58 others at a midnight screening of "The Dark Knight Rises" in Aurora, Colorado Friday morning, made his first appearance in court Monday, according to MTV News.
In a Centennial, Colorado courtroom, the 24-year-old suspected shooter wore a maroon prison jumpsuit with his hair dyed bright red and looked "dazed" with his eyes cast down and "blinking erratically at times."
Holmes did not speak during the hearing, unlike many in similar situations, according to a court expert on CNN. Eighteenth Judicial District Chief William Sylvester ruled that there is probable cause to hold Holmes without bond on a first degree murder charge until more charges are filed next week.
Though formal charges are generally filed within 72 hours, extra time is being allowed for further investigation, and the charging is pushed back until next Monday, July 30. Holmes is likely to face more than 70 charges and will be held in solitary confinement until the next court date.
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