Accessory to ECU "thrill kill" released from prison

One of three teens convicted in the murder of an East Central University baseball player five years ago has been released from prison.

James Edwards, Jr. was fifteen years old when he was charged as an accessory to the so-called "thrill kill."

Edwards, Chancey Luna, and Michael Jones fatally shot Christopher Lane as he was jogging in Duncan while visiting his girlfriend.

They told police they did it because they were bored.

Lane was from Australia attending ECU in Ada on a baseball scholarship.

Edwards was released wearing an ankle monitoring bracelet he'll have to wear the next several months before he's eligible for probation.

Luna is serving life without parole for murder.

Jones is eligible for parole in 2049.