A woman facing charges in connection to the murder of former Powhatan Point Mayor Marvin Brown was back in court.
Judge John Vavra amended a bond condition allowing Meredith Broome to visit her home state of Georgia.
A new trial date has also been set for July 24th.
Broome faces tampering with evidence and obstruction charges that stem from the death of her step-father, former Powhatan Point Mayor Marvin Brown.
Murder charges against the step-daughter of former Powhatan Mayor Marvin Brown have been dropped.
According to Assistant Belmont County Prosecutor Kevin Flanagan, Meredith Broome has now been indicted for obstruction and tampering charges in the case, from nearly five years ago.
Broome will be in court on Thursday to be arraigned on her new charges.
A Belmont County Grand Jury will continue their investigation into the case.
Stay with 7News for updates on what happens in court Thursday.