Burk Woman in Jail for Child Abuse Gets Bond Lowered

 

A  Burkburnett woman facing more than two dozen counts of injury to a child has been granted her request for a lower bond.
 
Sara Woody's bonds had totaled around $3 million but 30th District Judge Bob Brotherton agreed to lower each of 27 counts to  $15,000 each, for a total of just over $400,000. She remains in the Wichita County jail this evening.
 
In previous motions, Woody's attorney has filed to be informed of any agreement prosecutors make with the other defendant Woody's husband Jonathon Woody,  who is also charged with multiple counts of child abuse.
 
In forensic interviews, 7  and 12 year old boys revealed multiple incidents of alleged abuse that included being hit with spoons on their  tongues, having their tongues burned with a  charcoal lighter, being hit with a belt on the genitals, being forced to drink vinegar solutions, and being forced to lick a toilet bowl. 
 
 If Woody is able to post bond, conditions include  she have no  contact with anyone under 18 years old, observe a curfew between 5:30 pm and 7:30 am and check in with her attorney once a week.
 

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