District Court Judge Philip A. Beattie agreed to the hearing after prosecutors said Galileo Mondol, 17, watched as a 16-year-old boy raped a freshman high school student with a broomstick, The Boston Globe reported Tuesday.
Mondol will remain jailed on $100,000 bond until the hearing on Friday.
Berkshire Assistant District Attorney Rachel Eramo told the judge Mondol and two 16-year-old teammates forced their way into a cabin at Camp Lenox in August and forced a student to his hands and knees before he was penetrated.
Eramo said Mondol and the 16-year-old attempted to assault two other students in the cabin, but were fought off.
Mondol's attorney, William Korman, asked the judge to reduce his client's bond to $10,000, saying Mondol was in "the wrong place at the wrong" time and tried to stop the assaults.
The attorney said Mondol was in the cabin "and when he saw what was about to occur, he said to the two co-defendants, 'Don't do this!' And that's out of the victim's mouth," The Boston Herald reported.
Mondol has pleaded not guilty to multiple counts of rape, attempted rape, assault and battery and witness intimidation.
The 16-year-olds, whose names have been released because they are juveniles, face similar charges.
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