Judge Sets Bond For Louisa Woman At $50,000

Judge Sets Bond For Louisa Woman At $50,000

Photo: WINA

A bond amount has been set for the Louisa woman who’s accused of giving her young son a deadly dose of Benadryl. A juvenile and domestic relations court judge has told Tristan Goodwin (pictured) at $50,000. The judge has also told Goodwin she should not be the sole supervisor of any child who’s less than 12 years old. The 31-year-old Goodwin has been charged with involuntary manslaughter and child abuse. Her son Tyler Firth died in March. Goodwin’s next court date will be January 27th.

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