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Bond set for mom accused of endangering child
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Bond has been set for Tiffany Kazee, who is facing child cruelty charges after she allegedly brought her 2-year-old daughter to a Long County mobile home that became the scene of a shootout.
Kazee, 23, went before Judge Robert L. Russell III on Thursday for a bond hearing at the Long County Courthouse. The judge set a $10,000 cash bond or $20,000 property bond for each of her cruelty to children counts, a $15,000 cash bond or $30,000 property bond for her false imprisonment charge and a $15,000 cash bond or $30,000 property bond for her aggravated assault charge.
Kazee was involved in a Sept. 23 shooting in the Rye Patch community that left two men dead. Kazee and her child were shot, treated at hospitals and released.  
Kazee who is being held in the Brantley County Jail. She had not posted bond at 11 a.m. Thursday.
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