TULSA, Okla. — A man convicted of kidnapping and killing a Tulsa postal worker in 1983 is now in an Oklahoma jail after serving time in a federal prison.

KWTV (http://bit.ly/2pG6FQO ) reports that the Federal Bureau of Prisons says Bobby Eugene Moffitt was released from custody on May 10 and was then booked into the Tulsa County Jail.

The 57-year-old was convicted of kidnapping and killing Charles Stone in 1983.

Moffitt pleaded guilty to robbery with a firearm and first-degree murder in 1986. He was sentenced to 15 years on the robbery charge and life in prison on the murder charge.

Moffitt’s accomplice, 58-year-old Martha Richardson, pleaded guilty to robbery with a firearm and first-degree murder. She received the same sentence and is serving time in a federal prison in Minnesota.


Information from: KWTV-TV, http://www.news9.com/

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