A bail application hearing has been set for David Perry, held in Broome County jail in Binghamton , New York on felony grand larceny and insurance fraud charges for Thursday, May 12th at 1 p.m.
Perry will be represented by Binghamton New York lawyer John M. Scanlon in Judge Martin Smith's County Courthouse.Scanlon obtained a certified copy of the deed of Perry's house at 1708 W.Church St.Wednesday afternoon at the Chemung County Clerk's office. According to the Chemung County Tax Assessor,the house currently holds no mortgage escrow and is worth $82,000. It is not known if Scanlon will request a cash and property bond for his client tomorrow.
It is not known if his current lawyer Thomas Reilly, who earlier this month commented on allegations from law enforcement and media that Perry had caused harm to his girlfriend Kelly Rothwell, will be part of the representation for the felony grand larceny and insurance fraud charges. As of this posting, a phone call to Reilly's office was not returned.
Rothwell, a police cadet at the St. Petersburg Police Academy, in St. Petersburg, Florida, went missing on or about March 12th, 2011, the same day she went home to break up with her then live-in boyfriend David Perry. Perry left Florida abruptly and returned to Elmira, New York, where he has a home. Perry has refused to speak to Florida detectives, who consider him a witness in the case.