Update: Judge denies lower bond for Alyssa Noble

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HYDEN, Ky. (WYMT) - Update

Tuesday a judge decided not to lower the bond for Alyssa Noble.

Her defense attorney made the request last week.

Noble is charged with murder and other charges.

In 2017, police said Noble drove under the influence and crashed into employees outside their workplace in downtown Hyden.

Paige Hayes died.

Update
A Leslie County judge is considering a lower bond for a woman charged with murder.

Alyssa Noble's attorney filed a motion asking that her bond be lowered.

She is accused of driving under the influence last year and killing Paige Hays in downtown Hyden.

Another court date is set for February.

However, court officials tell WYMT a decision is likely before then.

UpdateWednesday, a woman in Leslie County facing a murder charge will be back in court.

Alyssa Noble is accused of driving under the influence, crashing and hitting two Primary Care employees in downtown Hyden in August of last year.

She faces murder and other charges.

The crash killed Paige Hayes.
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ORIGINAL STORY:

A Leslie County woman indicted for murder appeared in court Thursday.

Investigators said Alyssa Noble drove under the influence, crashing her car and hitting two Primary Care employees in August of last year. The impact killed Paige Hays.

"What a good heart she had and she loved people," said Hays' mother Louise Johnson.

Johnson was in the courtroom when Noble's attorney asked a judge to lower her bond. The judge denied the request.

"I feel sorry for her. I mean, it's probably crazy to say but I feel sorry for how her life turned out. I cannot explain what kind of person my daughter, how good of a person she was," said Johnson.

Noble's bond is set at $250,000.

"I don't think I've ever been so angry in whole life," said Hays' sister-in-law Samantha Hays.

Loved ones said they are missing someone taken from them too soon.

"She was just looking forward to the rest of her life," said Johnson.

Police charged Noble with one count of first-degree assault and three counts of wanton endangerment. A pre-trial conference is set for December 5th.



 
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