Aaron Ramsey, who is accused of killing his 73-year-old father, is a free man. At least for now.
According to The Stamford Advocate, Ramsey was released from prison after his mother posted his $1 million bond. Though not considered a fugitive, The Advocate reports the state's attorney's office is trying to impose conditions on Ramsey's release, such as electronic monitoring.
In May, police responded to Signal Hill Road after a resident there reported a man was trying to break in to her car. Shortly after that report, police received another call that there was a man covered in blood and in need of assistance.
Police eventually found Ramsey at a residence on Cheese Spring Road, not far from the house where he grew up. Ramsey was disoriented at the time.
Shortly thereafter, Ramsey's mother called police, reporting that her husband was in a pool of blood. Police then found the bludgeoned body of Edward Ramsey at the family's 125 Signal Hill Road. The younger Ramsey allegedly admitted to police that he killed his father, using a bench and a knife. He told police that he was hearing voices.
In June, Ramsey was found competent to stand trial. In August, Ramsey's lawyer suggested his client needed additional psychological evaluation.
Ramsey is due to appear in court again on Oct. 28.