Teen's Surety Bond Revoked
By WestKyStar Staff
PADUCAH, KY - McCracken Circuit Court Judge Craig Clymer has revoked Katelynn Teague's surety bond, two months after a shoplifting charge sent her back to jail.
The Paducah Sun reports that Clymer issued the ruling Wednesday, revoking a $5,000 surety bond that kept Teague out of jail while she awaits a November trial for the death of her baby. Teague pleaded guilty to a shoplifting charge on Aug. 15.
With her bond revoked, Teague will not be released after finishing the 60-day sentence she is serving in McCracken County Regional Jail. Teague will now stay in jail until her trial date.
Paducah police found Teague's dead, newborn baby girl in a plastic bag in the teen’s closet. She was arrested and charged with murder in February.