Bond Reduction Denied for Woman Charged with Child Endangerment

Bond Reduction Denied for Woman Charged with Child Endangerment

A Buchanan County judge has denied a bond reduction for a St. Joseph woman accused of using duct tape to restrain an 11-year-old boy and forcing him to stay in a shed.
(ST. JOSEPH, Mo.) A Buchanan County judge has denied a bond reduction for a St. Joseph woman accused of using duct tape to restrain an 11-year-old boy and forcing him to stay in a shed.

Vickie Weyer, 48, is charged with child endangerment after police say she assaulted the boy with a wooden plunger, confined him to a shed and used duct tape restraints on the boy's wrists, waist and legs.

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Weyer's bond was set at $50,000. She had requested a bond reduction that was denied by the court Friday morning.

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