MANGUM, Okla. (AP) - Arraignment is being delayed again for the wife of a prison warden who's charged with helping a convicted killer escape from the Oklahoma State Reformatory.
Bobbi Parker was be arraigned in Greer County District Court tomorrow morning but that's been rescheduled for Feb. 5.
Parker's original arraignment on Nov. 6 was postponed until tomorrow at the request of attorneys.
Parker is accused of helping Randolph Dial escape in August 1994 from the prison in Granite where her husband was the deputy warden at the time.
The two remained missing until April 4th, 2005, when they were found living together in a mobile home in Campti, Texas.
Parker reportedly said she was kidnapped by Dial and forced to live with him out of fear he would somehow have her husband and two daughters harmed.
Special Judge Brad Leverett ordered her to stand trial after a preliminary hearing saying the showed Parker wasn't kidnapped and that she "acquiesced" to the escape.
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