Accused Murderer Temporarily Released

ADA, Okla. (AP) - A man charged with first-degree murder in the death of an Ada cheerleader was allowed out of jail in August to sort out his property.

Faye Sliger was given two days to sort out items at his now
foreclosed - upon mechanic shop. Sliger is charged as an accomplice in the September 2005 death of Caitlin Wooten who was kidnapped and killed by her mother's ex-boyfriend - Jerry Don Savage. Savage then committed suicide.

Wooten's mother says Sliger was seen eating lunch without
handcuffs. Pontotoc County Sheriff Pete Peterson says he considers Sliger a "low flight risk" and he was accompanied by an armed, off-duty
deputy both days.

Sliger is to go on trial November 27th.