The woman who police say carried a 2-foot-long sword into a mosque on the campus of a private Orlando school last week has been given bond and transferred to a treatment facility on Friday.
Dominique Vianneyte Eloi, 47, was arrested on charges of possession of a weapon on school grounds, disrupting a school function and aggravated assault with a weapon.
According to the Orange County Sheriff's Office, Eloi drove onto the campus of Leaders Preparatory School on North Goldenrod Road near East Colonial Drive and North Chickasaw Trail and got out of her car carrying a 2-foot-long sword.
She was being held on no bond pending a first appearance, but that was pushed back because Eloi was being uncooperative, according to police. It has since been waived since her admission into the facility.
The judge set the bond in count 1 possession of weapon on school property at $2,500 and in count 2 disturbing school function $100. The judge ordered conditions of bail which include that the defendant is not to return to the scene of offense, not to possess any weapons or firearms, comply with treatment, attend all court appearances, and comply with all terms and conditions ordered by the court.