Source: Tulsa World
OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City police officer Daniel Holtzclaw was released from Oklahoma County jail Thursday after spending two weeks in custody for violating a condition of his bond release program.
Holtzclaw, 27, faces 26 felony counts in Oklahoma County District Court, including rape, sexual battery, forcible oral sodomy, burglary, stalking, indecent exposure and procuring lewd exhibition.
Holtzclaw was originally arrested and held on $5 million bail, but the amount was later reduced to $500,000 and he was released under house arrest at his parents’ home in Enid. Holtzclaw made a trip to an eye doctor on Sept. 17 without informing the bond release program case manager, authorities said. A violation report was filed with the court the next day.