Monday the Volusia CountyJail Warden told a judge accused murderer Luis Toledo was caught hoarding pillsin his jail cell.
Warden William McClellan told the court Toledo is under a"maximum heavy" level of security at the jail, which is the highestthey have. The reason being, his murder charges, and an attempted suicide.
Infact, Warden McClellan said Toledo was given a disciplinary action forwithholding medicine, that McClellan believes Toledo was going to use to tryand kill himself.
McClellan said Toledo has also refused to eat, forcing themto recognize it as a "hunger strike" after Toledo refused to eat 6meals in a row.
Also, McClellen says Toledo has punched a door, and made other threats tokill himself.
Monday in court, Luis Toledo's attorney asked the court to let him out of jailon his own recognizance. His attorney also asked Toledo be transferred toSeminole County because he does not have any privacy in Volusia County.
Prosecutors said Toledokilled his wife, Yessenia Suarez, and her two children in October. He ischarged with second-degree murder in her death and first-degree murder in thedeaths of his stepchildrenThalia Otto, 9, and Michael Otto, 8.
Detectives say Toledoadmitted that he killed his wife with a blow to the throat during an argumentabout divorce. He has denied killing the kids.