Bond set for suspects accused in deaths of Norwood girls

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TELLURIDE, Colo. (KKCO/KJCT)-- Four people suspected in the death of two Norwood girls appeared in court on Tuesday in Telluride for a bond hearing.

Natasha Bramble, Ika Eden, and Frederick Blair all had their bond's set at $125,000 or surety. Nathan Yah's was set at $250,000 or surety.

They're facing charges for the deaths of two girls found on a Norwood farm last month. Norwood is about 35 miles northwest of Telluride.

Blair is the only local one of the group. He lives in Norwood and worked in Telluride at There Bar. Blair's attorney said he had no prior criminal history. Two character witnesses were brought into court on his behalf.

The attorney added that There Bar said he would have a job waiting for him if he were to make bond. The bar did not make a comment.

Both Adam Horn and Brian Song appeared as character witnesses saying Blair never wanted to hurt anyone, and he's always been a helpful person.

No formal charges have been filed against any of the suspects.

The District Attorney said he wished to not comment on the case.

The four that appeared on Tuesday will appear in court on October 19. Madani Ceus will have her bond hearing on October 10th.

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Left to right (top): Natasha Bramble, Ika Eden, Frederick Blair; (bottom): Nathan Yah, Madani Ceus


 
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