SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (Dakota News Now) – Dakota News Now has learned more about the investigation into an Aberdeen woman’s disappearance in the state of Georgia.
Morgan Bauer’s mother, Sherri Keenan, confirmed Wednesday night that two people are now being held without bond in Newton County, Georgia in connection with Bauer’s case.
Morgan Bauer was 19 years old when she vanished from the Atlanta area in February of 2016, just days after she arrived.
Inmate records from the Newton County, Georgia Sheriff’s Office show Jonathan Alexander Warren and Katelyn Goble are now facing a slew of charges.
Warren, of Porterdale, Georgia, is booked on charges of murder, aggravated assault, tampering with evidence, and concealing the death of another. Booking documents indicate the date of his offenses as February 25, 2016.
Goble, of Peoria, Illinois, is booked on charges of tampering with evidence and concealing the death of another. Booking documents show her offenses were committed on August 16, 2023, the same day she was arrested.
Warren and Goble were arrested this past summer.
In a Facebook Group created to update on her daughter’s case, Keenan writes: “What I can say is that myself and our families are going through a devastating time. Please be patient with us and understand I/we can’t share any more information as this is an ongoing investigation. Believe me when I tell you, everyone is doing all they can to see that Morgan gets the justice she deserves.”