SULLIVAN COUNTY, Tenn. (WJHL) – Megan Boswell’s bond was not changed after her arraignment on Thursday morning.
Megan’s attorney Brad Sproles said in court that they had previously petitioned to decrease her bond, but that was before she was indicted on a total of 11 false report charges.
The state chose not to seek an increase to Megan’s bond.
Judge James Goodwin set her next court appearance for July 31.
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