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Garland Allen bond set at $250,000

Altus, Ok_Bond is set at $250,000 for murder suspect Garland Allen in Jackson County.

Allen is accused of killing his ex-wife, Tracy, who went missing in 2001. Authorities say Allen confessed to the murder following his arrest in December 2013 and led authorities to Tracy's body, which was buried in Kiowa County.

A judge set Allen's bond Tuesday under certain conditions. He must live with his mother in Lone Wolf and is not to leave the state of Oklahoma without the court's permission. Allen cannot have any contact with any witnesses in the case except his mother and children but he is not allowed to discuss the case with those witnesses.

A preliminary hearing is set for March 31st at 9 a.m.

 

 

 

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