Couple accused of reform school abuses released from prison


KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — A southwest Missouri couple facing multiple charges of abuse against girls at a Christian reform school have been released from jail and placed on home confinement after they reported health issues.

In a bond hearing on Friday, Circuit Judge David Munton released Boyd and Stephanie Householder from the Cedar County jail after setting a $10,000 bond for the couple. They will be on house arrest with GPS monitoring pending their trial, The Kansas City Star reported.

The couple's attorney said in a court filings that Boyd Householder, 72, has been diagnosed with COV...

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