Bond reduced for mother charged in infant son's death

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Wednesday, April 23, 2014 - 5:09pm

A state district judge reduced the bonds for a mother accused of being connection to the death of her infant son.

Jenna Farrey, 20, is accused of injury to a child in the death of her son, 5-month-old Jackson Farrey. Police believe his remains were of those found in the desert of Orogrande, N.M. in November.

Judge Patrick Garcia ruled to reduce her bond on two endangerment to a child cases where she violated her probation to $100,000 each. Yet her $1.5 million bond for this latest charge remains, making it unlikely that she will be able to post the $150,000 bail needed to bond out.

Her husband, Jeffrey Farrey, is also seeing criminal charges in connection to the case after he allegedly told investigators where Jackson's body was buried.

He saw a bond reduction in March from $1.5 million to $1 million surety, and $500,000 personal recognizance bond.

His trial is set for October 3. Jenna Farrey's is scheduled for December 5.

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