UPDATE: 09/20/2017, 6:25 a.m. — Barnes will appear again for a hearing and motion hearing in Lafayette County Wednesdays.
Bond reduction has not yet been considered and will be taken up during the hearing in Lexington Wednesday morning.
Butler will appear at 10:00 a.m. Wednesday before a judge in a Lafayette County Courtroom.
LAFAYETTE COUNTY, Mo. — An Odessa woman who is accused of assaulting a police officer last month will be in a Lafayette County courtroom Wednesday.
Court documents say that Zoy Butler, 31, allegedly drove in an erratic manner and struck a Lafayette County Sheriff’s deputy patrol vehicle, causing injuries to the officer inside the car.
Butler is charged with felony armed criminal action and felony assault on a special victim in the second degree. She also faces two felony counts each for resisting or interfering with an arrest for a felony and endangering the welfare of a child.
Butler is additionally charged with a felony for first degree property damage and three misdemeanors for assault in the fourth degree. She pleaded not guilty to the charges on August 3.
Bond has been set by a judge at $250,000. A bond reduction motion was filed in the Lafayette County Circuit Court in late August. Butler is scheduled to appear in a Lexington courtroom for a hearing and motion consideration at 10:00 a.m. Wednesday.