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Bond set for those involved in standoff

Reported by: Craig Ford
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Updated: 8/29/2014 6:49 pm
ABERDEEN, Miss. (WTVA) — A judge has set bonds for the three people arrested following a standoff with law enforcement in Monroe County this week.

A $1 million cash bond was set for Steve Brantley of Nettleton on a drug possession charge.

Bonds for David Little of Nettleton and Crystal Bosch of Tupelo were set at $20,000 each on the same charge.

The Monroe County Sheriff's Department says Brantley told deputies Wednesday he would shoot anyone who approached the home where he and Little were at Highway 6 and New Road.

Both came out peacefully that afternoon after the standoff.

Deputies say they had gone to search the home following Bosch's arrest for having methamphetamine.

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