Judge orders $1 million bond for woman charged in death of Necedah man

A Necedah woman charged in the death of her boyfriend was ordered held on $1 million cash bond, during a hearing today in Juneau County Court.

Crystal Pharis, 27, is charged with first-degree intentional homicide, hiding a corpse, neglecting a child and several counts of bail jumping.

The charges are in connection with the death of Jason Dailey, 26, who investigators say died of blunt force trauma.

A sheriff’s deputy first stopped at Pharis’ West 9th Street home in Necedah around 10:30 a.m. on Nov. 12, according to a criminal complaint. Pharis told police Dailey left the house two days earlier with some money but without his wallet. She said she did not want to report him missing.

The deputy left but returned 24 minutes later. This time a 26-year-old man answered the door. Inside, the deputy found Pharis laying unconscious on top of her two-month-old child. according to the criminal complaint.

The deputy saw a bag of pills laying next to Pharis. Later, testing showed the baby did not have drugs in its system.

For more go to WKOW: https://wkow.com/news/crime/2019/11/19/judge-orders-1-million-bond-for-woman-charged-in-death-of-necedah-man/

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