Faye Reed, 79, is handcuffed after being sentenced at the Snohomish County Courthouse on Tuesday in Everett to 10 days in jail for helping her son, John Reed, evade capture. Faye and her husband, Clyde Reed, 83, both helped their son. John Reed eventually was caught and found guilty in the deaths of Monique Patenaude and Patrick Shunn. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Faye Reed, 79, is handcuffed after being sentenced at the Snohomish County Courthouse on Tuesday in Everett to 10 days in jail for helping her son, John Reed, evade capture. Faye and her husband, Clyde Reed, 83, both helped their son. John Reed eventually was caught and found guilty in the deaths of Monique Patenaude and Patrick Shunn. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Oso killer John Reed’s parents sent to jail for obstruction

Clyde Reed, 83, and Faye Reed, 79, were taken into custody at a sentencing hearing Tuesday.

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