INDIANAPOLIS — The man accused of shooting two Clark County judges posted bond Tuesday.

Brandon Kaiser, 41, faces 14 charges for his role in the altercation with and shooting of Clark County Judges Andrew Adams and Brad Jacobs in downtown Indianapolis on May 1. On Tuesday, he posted 10 percent of an $80,000 bond, according to online court records. He was ordered to home detention with electronic monitoring upon release from the Marion County jail. He had not been released as of 5 p.m. Tuesday, online jail records show.

A second suspect in the case, 24-year-old Alfredo Vazquez, was served with a warrant and appeared in a Marion County courtroom on Tuesday. He was released from custody on his own recognizance. Vazquez is charged with seven counts, including six battery charges and one of disorderly conduct.

Kaiser also appeared in court for an initial hearing. A jury trial is scheduled for Aug. 12 for both men.

Adams, presiding judge in Clark County Circuit Court No. 1, is also charged as a result of the altercation. No court dates were listed online as of Tuesday night. He is charged with six counts of battery, including two felonies, and one count of disorderly conduct. He is suspended with pay from the bench until further notice.

Elizabeth DePompei is the digital editor for The News and Tribune. She has degrees in journalism and film from the University of Cincinnati and CUNY's Hunter College and was previously the paper's criminal justice reporter.