Angaline Ryan, Angie Hathcock, armed criminal action, arraignment, attorney, bond, bond reduced, bond reduction hearing, criminal complaint, criminal setting, Daniel T. Moore, daughter-in-law, first degree assault, free on bond, Howell County Jail, Howell County MO, investigation, judge appointed, Judge Don M. Henry, Judge Michael Ligons, Judge Truman Wiles, Poplar Bluff MO, preliminary hearing, Probable Cause, Rizwan Ahad, shooting, Tammy Hathcock, Tammy Shipp, Van Buren MO, West Plains MO, West Plains Sheriff
UPDATE: Accused shooter Angaline Ryan nee Hathcock made bond Friday, July 17. Ryan had her bond reduced from $250,000 to $150,000, 10 per cash or corporate surety, by Judge Michael Ligons at 2 p.m. and she was back out on the street by 2:45 p.m., according to a spokesman for the Howell County Jail.
Her July 27 criminal setting was cancelled, and a preliminary hearing is scheduled for 1 p.m. Monday, Sept. 28.
The judge ordered that she have no contact with the victim or any witness without Counsel present.
Update: Judge Michael Ligons of Van Buren Tuesday was appointed judge in the Angaline Ryan case. Criminal setting was scheduled for July 27.
Daniel T. Moore Wednesday filed a motion for bond reduction. A hearing on that issue was scheduled for 2 p.m. Friday, July 17. Ryan remains in the Howell County Jail.
West Plains, Mo. — A second judge has bowed out in the Angaline Ryan (nee Angie Hathcock) case today, three days after the first judge recused out.
Ryan, president of a local title company, is the accused shooter of her ex-daughter–in-law Tammy (Hathcock) Shipp.
Ryan appeared in court on July 10, waived her arraignment and pled not guilty. She was represented by Poplar Bluff, Mo., attorney Daniel Thomas Moore.
Ryan was still in the Howell County Jail today (Monday) on a $250,000 bond cash or corporate surety.
Ryan is charged with first degree assault and first degree armed criminal action in the shooting last April of her then daughter-in-law Tammy Hathcock.
West Plains Sheriff’s investigators waited three months before arresting Ryan nee Hathcock for the crime.
No other hearing dates have been set and will wait until a third judge is assigned to the case.
The first judge to recuse was Truman Wiles, and the second judge was Don M. Henry.
To view the criminal complaint and probable cause statement for this case, filed July 8 by assistant prosecuting attorney Rizwan Ahad, click Angaline Ryan criminal complain and probable cause.