An Elyria Municipal Court judge has set Jenna Turner’s bond at $1,000 for each additional tampering with evidence charge.
Last week Turner was charged with two additional counts of tampering with evidence in connection with the shooting death of Cody Snyder. She previously had been charged with one count, and bond for that charge had been set at $10,000.
On Friday, Judge Gary Bennett set Turner’s bond at $2,000 for the additional charges after her attorney said the 19-year-old was not a flight risk and had shown up to all court dates prior. Defense attorney Thomas Kraus also claimed Turner’s naiveté had gotten her wrapped up in a bad situation.
Lorain County Jail records show Turner was released from jail shortly after her arraignment on the new charges. Kraus also indicated Turner would waive her preliminary hearing, which is scheduled for Thursday afternoon.
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