LEXINGTON — After initially being held without bail an Omaha resident physician accused of fatally shooting her husband had it set at $1 million.
Kathleen Jourdan, 31, has been charged with second degree murder and use of a deadly weapon to commit a felony.
After a bail review on Wednesday, Judge Jeffrey Wightman set it at $1 million. Jourdan must pay 10 percent or $100,000 to be released from the Dawson County Jail. She must also remain in Nebraska and surrender her passport if she is able to pay, according to a Dawson County court journal entry.
A preliminary hearing is still scheduled for July 2 at 8:30 a.m.
Jourdan was arrested on June 17 along I-80 near Cozad, she is accused of fatally shooting her husband during a verbal argument, according to Dawson County court documents.