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Bond Set for Woman Charged in Connection with Death of Missing Child

Jennifer Snyder Jennifer Snyder
Jimmy Higham Jimmy Higham

Four-hundred-thousand dollars. That's the bond set for the woman charged in connection with the death of a missing child.

Thirty-four-year-old Jennifer Snyder is still in jail, after her arrest Tuesday by Youngstown Police. Wednesday in court Snyder was even bold enough to ask the Judge to let her out on house arrest. But Judge Beth Kobly made it clear, that was not going to happen, and Snyder was visibly upset.

Snyder faces charges that she played a role in the disappearance of Jimmy Higham, a child placed in her care by Mahoning County Children's Services.

Police are still investigating a second suspect in the case.

 

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