Man Accused Of Breaking Into ADA's Inola Home Has Bond Reduced


Wednesday, March 9th 2016, 10:34 pm
By: News On 6


The man accused of breaking into the Inola home of a Craig County assistant district attorney had his bond reduced.

Bryan Starkey is charged with first-degree burglary and several other felonies.

In December, Erin Oquin shot Starkey when she said he broke into her home.

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If he makes bond, Starkey won’t be allowed to have any contact with Oquin and he must wear a GPS monitoring device.

His next court date is in April.

The judge also ruled there is no conflict of interest with Rogers County prosecuting the case.