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Crowe denied bond

Nineteen-year-old Joshua Paul Crowe, one of two men charged in the February disappearance of two teenage girls here, was denied bond March 20 in Lamar superior court. *************** ©The Herald Gazette/barnesville.com: This information may not be reprinted, broadcast or distributed electronically in any form or fashion without express consent. For reprint permission, e-mail news@barnesville.com. *************** Crowe and Dustin Blake Elliott had been jailed in connection with the highly publicized disappearance of Kirsten Kamradt, 14, and Amber Henry, 16, that led to a massive search for the girls who were later located and returned safely to their families. At the time of the latest incident, Crowe was already out on bond on similar charges and had been ordered to stay away from one of the girls as a condition of that bond. Crowe faces multiple charges including aggravated stalking and cruelty to children. Elliott was also due in court March 20 but had been previously granted a $7000 bond outside open court.

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