A judge granted a motion to double the bond for the suspect in a Milford, Iowa shooting last Friday.
Court documents reveal that Dickinson County Attorney Amy Zenor filed a motion asking to raise the bond for Christian Goyne-Yarns from $500,000 to $1 million.
“Due to the violent nature of the crime, it is in the interest of the safety of the victims and the general community to increase the bond,” said Amy Zenor.
Christian Goyne-Yarns was suspected to have shot Shelby Woizeschke in the parking lot of Grape Tree Medical Staffing in Milford, Iowa. Woizeschke died on Monday Morning.