Woman accused of helping her husband rob Boyd's Drug Mart asks for bond reduction

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The 27-year old woman accused of helping her husband rob Boyd's Drug Mart on East St. Patrick Street in September was asking for her bond to be reduced again in Seventh Circuit Court Monday morning.
Sara Perry faces three alternative counts of accessory to a crime and nearly a dozen drug charges.

Perry's bond currently sits at $25,000, but her attorney asked for it to be reduced to $1,000, because Perry is currently unable to afford it.
He said Perry plans on living with her mother in law in Box Elder and wants to show the court that she can stay sober and out of trouble.
Judge Jeff Davis denied the reduction and kept her bond at $25,000.
Perry is due back in court on December 4th.
Her husband, 29-year old Nicholas Perry is facing charges of first degree robbery, attempted first degree robbery, alternative counts of second degree kidnapping, aggravated assault and several drug charges.