Dan Triplett walked out of the Logan County Detention Center on Tuesday afternoon. He’s accused of shooting and killing Brent Mack.
A bond hearing was held last week where Triplett was given a $500,000 bond from Judge Susan Worthington. He’s been charged with first degree murder.
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Triplett left the jail, just after 3 p.m., with his attorney Ron Wallace after the judge agreed that all the bond conditions had been met.
Other bond conditions, include house arrest and only allowed to leave to visit attorney, doctor appointments and court dates. Triplett was also required to surrender his passport and all firearms.
The bond was secured by Dana Thornburg with 24/7 Bailbonds in the amount of $500,000, according to online records.
Triplett was ordered to leave the jail and have a GPS monitoring device installed.
Triplett is due back in court on Jan. 27 at 2 p.m.
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