LONGVIEW, TX (KLTV) - The husband who shot and killed his Longview police officer wife has had his bond significantly lowered .
In a court document released to KLTV by Judge David Brabham, Harry Goodan's bond has been lowered from $500,000 to $75,000, with some stipulations attached.
According to the document, a bond hearing was held on January 4th. During the hearing, the defense called two witnesses, Jimmy Rice, father-in-law of Harry Goodan and Jonna Goodan, his ex-wife.
As part of the conditions for the lower bond, Mr. Goodan will remain at his residence from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. everyday unless given permission otherwise by pre-trial services. He will also have an electronic monitoring device installed at his residence and will not possess any firearms or alcohol or illegal drugs.
Mr. Goodan will report to pre-trial services once a week.
Mr. Goodan will remain in the Gregg County Jail until arrangements are made for the installation of the electronic monitoring equipment, at which time the court will notify the Sheriff's Department.
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