A man accused of robbing a Lansing pharmacy has asked for a reduction in his bond.

A man accused of robbing a Lansing pharmacy has asked for a reduction in his bond.

The request came Wednesday in Leavenworth County District Court in the case of Henry S.T. Lutz.

Lutz, 27, Lansing, is charged with aggravated robbery, aggravated assault and theft. The charges stem from an incident that was reported Feb. 16 at Kare Pharmacy, 844 N. Main St.

Lutz remained in custody when he appeared in court Wednesday.

The request for bond reduction came through his attorney, Geoffrey Sonntag.

Sonntag noted that Lutz’s bond previously had been set at $50,000.

Sonntag acknowledged that his client is facing serious charges. But the lawyer said Lutz basically has no criminal history.

“He has a medical condition that is impacted by being in custody,” Sonntag said.

Sonntag said the defendant is willing to be subject to supervision if released on bond. The attorney requested that the bond be reduced to $15,000.

District Judge Gunnar Sundby said the bond had been set by another judge. Sundby said he would review the bond screen in the case and issue a ruling by email.

Sundby scheduled a status hearing in the case for March 22.

Lutz is accused of being one of two men who robbed Kare Pharmacy on Feb. 16.

The two men reportedly entered the business wearing skeleton masks. One of them brandished a handgun.

Pharmaceuticals reportedly were stolen during the robbery.

Lansing Police Chief Steve Wayman said authorities have not identified a second suspect in the case.

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