More developing on the case of Antonio Johnson, who was arrested for attempted murder in Steubenville just weeks ago.
Wednesday, Judge Joseph Bruzesse set Johnson's bond at $500,000.
Prosecutor Jane Hanlin said he was one of two men facing serious charges stemming from a July 2 gun fight in the streets of Steubenville.
Johnson was on the run for sometime until he was nabbed in Smithfield two weeks ago.
Antonio has two separate cases. One is a charge of attempted murder with both a gang specification and a gun specification. There are additional charges in that indictment including having a weapon while under disability, felonious assault for firing that assault rifle and improper transportation for a firearm in a motor vehicle.
He has another case where he is charged with escape. Johnson is a convicted felon on parole and failed to report to his parole officer.
Authorities could not find him and had to use the assistance of U.S. Marshals to find him therefore he faces charges for escape as well. Johnson is currently incarcerated in Jefferson County Jail.
Johnson claims authorities arrested the wrong man saying his name is Antonio Miguel Johnson not Antonio Smiley Johnson. Hanlin is confident that the Mountain State Task Force arrested the correct man.
Judge Bruzzese appointed Attorney Steve Stickles to represent Johnson in court.