Jennifer Bowman Harnden, age 40, of Salem, who is one of three suspects charged in the murder of 19 year old DavidLee Stansbury in April 2021 has been released from the Fulton County Jail after posting a $150,000 bond earlier this week. Originally Jennifer Bowman Harnden was given a bond of $250,000 but after a hearing in late July it was reduced to $150,000.

Jacoby Goehler, age 20 (Jennifer Bowman Harnden’s son) remains in jail with two $500,000 bonds, one for the murder charge and another for attempting to escape the Fulton County Jail.

The 3rd suspect charged in the murder, Travis Eugene Barker, age 19 appeared in court Last week as well with a petition for reduction of bond. Attorneys ask the court to reduce the bond for Barker from $500,000 to $25,000, this motion was denied.

Goehler was charged with murder in the first degree, Harnden faces charges of conspiracy to commit murder in the first degree and Barker is also charged with murder in the first degree.

The charges relate to the disappearance and murder of DavidLee Stransbury in late April of 2021 from the Salem area.