KINGWOOD \u2014 There was no bond reduction for Kevin M. Miller II in Preston Circuit Court Friday, but the conditions under which he could make bond were eased. Miller, 28, of Newburg, has been held in the Tygart Valley Regional Jail in lieu of\u00a0$100,300 bond since his arrest March 29 on charges of receiving or transferring stolen property and driving on a suspended or revoked license.\r\n\r\nHis attorney, Lisa Hyre, argued Friday there\u2019s no basis for those charges. She said he had no idea that the side-by-side, or UTV, he sold a police officer was stolen. Miller\u00a0bought the UTV in February 2017 from someone else, Hyre said.\r\n\r\nAssistant Prosecutor Megan Allender pointed out that Miller was out of jail on $100,000 bond when he was arrested. That goes back to his conviction in February on two counts of wanton endangerment charges for shooting his father.\r\n\r\nAllender asked that the new bond remain as it is and noted prosecutors sought twice before to have his bond revoked for lateness to court and violating the conditions of bond. She said he will also be indicted for being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm.\r\n\r\nPreston Circuit Judge Lawrance Miller Jr. said he was being thrown a lot of facts that weren\u2019t in the motion to lower bond. He agreed to keep the $100,000 bond for the stolen goods charge but dropped the requirement that it had to be a cash bond or done through a bail bondsman. Instead real estate property\u00a0can be used to secure the bond.\r\n\r\nThe judge said he\u2019ll reconsider the motion for bond reduction at Miller\u2019s sentencing April 19.