A St. Joseph County judge has revoked bond for Mark Holst, who was arrested last week on methamphetamine-related charges.
Early Tuesday, St. Joseph County Circuit Court Judge Paul Stutesman revoked the bond on two charges leveled against Holst in June, citing issues of public safety.
Holst, 50, of White Pigeon, had been out on bond from the June charges; he still has a $50,000 bond for the latest charges, which are still in the district court phase.
On June 18, Holst was arrested and charged with possession meth, possession with intent to deliver marijuana and maintaining a drug house. Two weeks later, he was charged with delivery of meth. He posted bond on those charges.
Holst was arrested again on Sept. 4 by investigators from the St. Joseph County Area Narcotics unit. Police say he had four ounces of crystal meth in his possession at the time of the arrest.