Suspect in Law Officer’s Death Remains Free

Posted/updated on: January 27, 2011 at 2:29 am   Print This Print This


LONGVIEW – A man accused of shooting his wife, who was a Longview police officer, remains free on bond — but there are some conditions to his release. Harry Goodan was released from jail Tuesday on a $75,000 bond. His bond had been $500,000, but was lowered to $75,000 earlier this month.

Among the release conditions: Goodan must be at his home between 7:00pm and 6:00am. He could leave during that time if the pre-trial services gives him permission. There will also be an electronic monitoring device installed at his home. Once a week, he will have to report to pre-trial services.

Last month, Longview officers were dispatched to the 2100 block of Tryon Road. They found Longview Police Officer Jamie “Ellyn” Goodan, 38, dead from a gunshot wound. Her husband, Harry was later charged with murder. Mr. Goodan was also employed by the Police Department as the 911 Communications Administrator.


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