PARKERSBURG, W.Va. (WTAP) - Update: 8/13/2018
Trial date for Jason Story, accused with two others in the death of a nine-month old child in 2017, is set for September fifth.
Story pleaded not guilty Monday to child neglect resulting in death at his arraignment in Wood County Circuit Court.
UPDATE: 8/10/18 4:20 P.M.
A Parkersburg woman facing a child-neglect charge in the death of an infant in 2017 has been released on bond following her arraignment in Wood County Circuit Court on Thursday.
A spokesman for the North Central Regional Jail says Kimberly Story posted a $100,000 bond and was released from the jail on Friday.
A trial date was set for Sept. 5.
A Wood County grand jury indicted Story and two other people, Amanda Adorante and Jason Story, last May on charges of child neglect resulting in death by a Wood County grand jury.
Prosecutors have said the victim, a 9-month-old girl, died in November, 2017 from an overdose of heroin and fentanyl.
In September, a Parkersburg woman will stand trial on child neglect charges, for her alleged role in the drug overdose death of an infant in 2017.
The trial for Amanda Adorante, AKA: Amanda Story, 26, of Parkersburg, is scheduled to begin in September, 2018.
On May 16, 2018, Adorante, Jason Story, 38, and Kimberly Story, 58, all of Parkersburg, were indicted on charges of child neglect resulting in death.
Prosecutors say the victim, a 9-month-old girl, died in November, 2017 from an overdose of heroin and fentanyl.
Jason Story and Kimberly Story were also scheduled to be arraigned on Thursday, but they did not appear in court.
Arrest warrants have been issued for both of them.
ORIGINAL STORY: 5/16/2018
63 People were indicted by the Wood County Grand Jury on Wednesday, including 3 people connected to a child's death last November.
Indicted are Jason Story, 38, Kimberly story, 58, and Amanda Adorante - AKA: Amanda Story - 26, all of Parkersburg.
They were indicted on charges of child neglect resulting in death.
Prosecutor Pat Lefebure says the child, a nine-month old girl, died in November, 2017 from an overdose of heroin and fentanyl.
Lefebure says the Storys had no previous charges against them.
See the full list of indictments in the .PDF file under the "Related Documents" section of this story.