An oral request for bond modification was sustained in Division One of Putnam County Circuit Court Wednesday morning for an Oskaloosa, Iowa woman reportedly involved in a pursuit and vehicle accident involving a deputy in Unionville in October.
Online court information shows bond was continued for Tori Lyn Craver, and the request for bond modification involved allowing her to attend outside support meetings as defined in a letter from the Southern Iowa Mental Health Center on days, times, and places submitted in the letter.
Bond was originally set in October at $50,000 cash only, reduced in December to $500 cash with amended conditions, and posted in December. Craver was to sign an affidavit to allow the state to access all records with the Southern Iowa Mental Health Center, and the case was continued to February 19th.
Media sources previously reported law enforcement were pursuing Craver and Jacob Hopman of Oskaloosa, Iowa when the vehicle they were in struck a pickup truck driven by Putnam County Deputy Klayton Munden.
Craver and Hopman face felony charges of two counts of stealing—all other property and one count each of forgery and resisting arrest, detention, or stop by fleeing—creating a substantial risk of serious injury or death to any person as well as misdemeanor fraudulent use of a credit or debit device.
Craver also has been charged with the felonies of second-degree assault—special victim and second-degree assault. Hopman’s bond was originally set at $20,000 cash only.
A preliminary hearing for Hopman is scheduled in the Associate Division of Putnam County Circuit Court on January 16th.