BEAUFORT, SC (WCSC) - The ex-Marine accused of stealing a Port Royal fire truck and then killing a pedestrian last week waived his right to a bond hearing on Friday.
Kalvin Hunt's attorney argued that Hunt, who was brought into the courtroom in a wheelchair, was under heavy medication.
His next court date has not been scheduled yet.
Hunt, 26, is charged with murder after Beaufort police say he got away from the Beaufort Naval Hospital and stole a fire truck from a nearby apartment complex.
Hunt allegedly stole the fire truck on Feb. 24 while firefighters were responding to a medical emergency. Police say Hunt was naked when he slammed into six cars with the fire truck and then hit and killed 28-year-old Justin Miller.
He was taken to MUSC where he was treated for injuries before being released to authorities earlier this week.