Bail bond companies facing lawsuit after Springfield murder-suicide πŸ’₯πŸ‘©πŸ‘©πŸ’₯

On Halloween 2018, a real-life nightmare played out on Elm Street in Springfield.

Torie Parrow, 32, stopped by her house in the 1900 block of West Elm Street to pick up her son’s costume. She left the boy in the car as she ran inside to grab his jester outfit.

Inside waiting, however, was Parrow’s husband, Melvin β€” who was out on bond after assaulting her a week prior. He had removed his ankle monitor.

Melvin Parrow fatally shot Torie Parrow before taking his own life. Torie Parrow’s 8-year-old son was left sitting in the car outside. His 911 call later alerted law enforcement to the deaths.

Now, that boy β€” through his father β€” is suing the bail bond companies tasked with monitoring Melvin Parrow for failing to protect his mother.

The lawsuit, which was filed in October in Greene County, claims that A-Advanced Bail Bonds, Michael Nivens Bail Bonds, First Track GPS and their owners were negligent and that Torie Parrow died as a “direct and proximate result” of their actions.

Bail bond companies facing lawsuit after Springfield murder-suicide

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