Two men and a woman accused of breaking into GW's Fine Food and Spirits Monday appeared in Tiffin Municipal Court by video Wednesday for bond hearings.
According to court documents, Tiffin residents Antony Ryon, 25, and Kristen A. Wood, 23, who are charged with breaking and entering, a fifth-degree felony, in connection to the break-in at the restaurant, had their bond set at $75,000.
They both are scheduled to appear in court Nov. 27 for preliminary hearings.
Alexander S. Conger, 20, also of Tiffin, had his bond set at $50,000, according to court documents. He faces a charge of complicity to breaking and entering, a fifth-degree felony, for allegedly assisting Ryon and Wood in the break-in.
Conger is scheduled to appear Friday for a preliminary hearing.