UPDATE: October 30, 2020 10:08 p.m.
According to Wichita County Courthouse records James Staley, III has had bonds set for both of the pending murder charges for the death of Jason Wilder McDaniel.
One condition of Staley’s bond is that he must surrender his passport to the Wichita County Sheriff’s Office.
Staley received a bond of $200,000 for his felony murder charge and a bond of $1 million for the capital murder charger.
Staley bonds total $1.2 million.
At the time of publication, Staley was still listed on the Wichita County Jail roster.
WICHITA FALLS (KFDX/KJTL) — James Irven Staley III has been extradited to Wichita County from the Okmulgee County Jail after a Wichita County Grand Jury indicted him for the capital murder of Wilder McDaniel.
Staley was booked into the Wichita County Jail on Thursday with a charge for capital murder and a charge for murder against him and no bond set.
Staley was indicted Wednesday by the Wichita County Grand Jury for the capital murder of Jason Wilder McDaniel and punishment is either death or life without parole, according to a press release from the Wichita Falls District Attorney’s Office
The Grand Jury also returned an indictment for first-degree felony murder, which has a range of punishment up to life.
This is also for the murder of Wilder McDaniel.
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