The search for Logan Tucker will remain on hold until at least Thursday according to Woodward County Undersheriff Monty Clem.

“The rat hole rig we were using was called out on a job,” said Clem. “I believe that after it got out to the job it broke down. However, the rat hole will be out at the landfill on Thursday to dig the last four or five test holes we lack before beginning the full scale search.”

Clem believes that the full scale search effort at the Woodward County Landfill could start next week.

“Much of the full scale search will depend on the equipment we can have to use,” said Clem. “We understand the rig having to go out on jobs and we truly appreciate the effort all of the volunteers have gave to help us in this search effort.”

The woman who has been arrested and charged with the murder of Logan Tucker will once again be in court.

Katherine Pollard, arrested in late February and charged with first-degree murder in her son’s disappearance, will be in court on May 4 at 1:30 p.m. at the Woodward County Court House.

The hearing is on a motion to reduce the currently set $250,000 bond which was set at Pollard’s initial appearance.

Pollard is currently in the Woodward County Jail.

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