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Bond remains the same for the woman arrested in the fatal Coventry Township crash

Boggs was arrested in the fatal Coventry Township crash. (Source: Summit County Sheriff's Office) Boggs was arrested in the fatal Coventry Township crash. (Source: Summit County Sheriff's Office)
COVENTRY TOWNSHIP, OH (WOIO) -

Bond remains at $150,000 for the woman arrested for the fatal Coventry Township crash.

Authorities say the woman, Natasha Boggs, traveled over a fog line and struck three children one afternoon in late May. The children were walking on South Main Street near the intersection of Leicester Drive.

Two 14-year-old girls were killed in the crash, and a 15-year-old boy was injured in the incident.

Boggs was arrested July 14 and charged with involuntary manslaughter, vehicular homicide, tampering with records, vehicular assault, driving while texting, and marked lanes.

Her attorney tried to get her bond reduced saying she has a 6-year-old son and a full-time job she wants to get back to. Boggs cried throughout the entire court proceeding. She tearfully told the judge she has a heart condition after she found out her bond would remain the same.

She is currently being held at the Summit County jail. The case has been bound over to the Summit County Grand Jury.

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