Bonds reduced for trio charged in Moody Manor shooting case

Antwaine Jones, 18; James Moore, 20; and Keshawn Jennings, 20.

The bonds for the three men accused of lying to investigators about the Aug. 9 shootings of two Toledo toddlers at Moody Manor apartments were reduced on Tuesday.

Antwaine Jones, 18; James Moore, 20; and Keshawn Jennings, 20, were each being held on $500,000 bonds for obstruction of justice in the shooting death of 1-year-old Keondra Hooks and injury of her 2-year-old sister, Leondra. They each pleaded not guilty on Aug. 28.

According to Lucas County Common Pleas Court documents, the defendants' attorneys filed a motion to modify the bonds since they had not been charged with any further offenses in the shooting case. The judge agreed and reduced the bonds for Moore and Jennings to $20,000. Jones' bond was reduced to 10,000.

All three remain in custody at the Lucas County jail. Jones, Moore and Jennings will appear in court for trial on Oct. 2. If convicted on the obstruction of justice charges, the men face up to three years in prison.