Update 6:54 p.m. ~
Gov. Pat Quinn issued a statement today regarding recent violent crimes committed against Illinois Muslim centers.
“I am saddened to learn of two recent violent crimes against Illinois Muslims in Morton Grove and Lombard. We should all be able to agree that there is no place in Illinois for hate crime and religious intolerance.
“No matter what faith you may practice, attacks on places of worship are just plain wrong and do not reflect the values of the people of Illinois," Quinn added.
The man who allegedly fired on a Morton Grove mosque Friday night with an air pellet gun attended a bond hearing today, and was ordered to undergo an anger managment assessment, according to the Chicago Tribune.
David Conrad, 51, also was ordered by Judge Margeurite Quinn to avoid contact with members of the Muslim Education Center, as well as the property located next door to his home, the Chicago Tribune reports.
Bond for Conrad was set at $45,000, according to the Chicago Tribune, and in addition to initial felony charges filed Saturday, he also faces a misdemeanor charge of owning a firearm without a FOID card.
The Chicago Tribune reports if released from jail, Judge Quinn ordered Conrad wear an electronic monitoring device during the evenings so as not to disrupt the Ramadan services.