Suspected illegal immigrant's homicide case headed to grand jury

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) -- An Oak Ridge man charged in the death of the son of Knoxville Fire Captain D.J. Corcoran will now have his case sent to a grand jury

Franco Cambrany Francisco-Eduardo is facing charges of Driving without a License and Criminal Negligent Homicide in connection to the fatal accident that killed 22-year-old Pierce Corcoran.

The judge hearing the case had previously revoked Francisco-Eduardo's bond in an earlier court appearance. Defense attorneys argued keeping Francisco-Eduardo without bond is unconstitutional, while the State said there were other incidences where bond had been revoked.

The judge instructed that Francisco-Eduardo to continue to be held with his bond revoked until Friday, January 25, where she will make a final decision on bond.