GRAYSON CO., TX -- New details in the case of a man accused of killing his wife in a bizarre incident earlier this month.
The Grayson County district attorney says 45-year-old Leonard Neyland's bond has been reduced from $200,000 dollars to $50,000 dollars.
After his defense made a motion to reduce his bond to an amount he could pay.
Neyland was arrested on manslaughter charges after Sherman police say he ran over his wife, Sarah Neyland.
His sister in law, michelle wheat reportedly died the same day after driving into a tree on her way back to the home the three of them shared.
Neyland's examining trial hearing is set for April 4th.
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