Alan Hruby, former OU freshman who was charged with three counts of first degree murder in the fall, was moved from Stephens County Jail on Friday to a new location to serve a sentence for an unrelated charge.
Hruby, 19, was moved Friday to serve a a three-year sentence for a previous credit card fraud charge for charges incurred during a trip to Europe in 2013. Hruby used a credit card in his grandmother’s name to charge $4,891.
Hruby pled guilty to the credit card fraud charges in January 2014. He was sentenced Dec. 7.
OK VINE, a service through the Oklahoma Attorney General’s office to track the custody status of inmates in Oklahoma jails, sent an alert about Hruby’s changed custody status at 12:29 p.m. Friday.
A Stephens County Clerk employee confirmed Hruby was no longer being held at the Stephens County Jail. The employee said a gag order had been issued on Hruby’s case and that she could not comment on other issues related to Hrubyâ€™s case.
Hruby was taken into custodyÂ Oct. 13, the day his parents and sister were found dead in the family’s home in Duncan. Hruby confessed to the triple homicide early the next morning.
Hruby plead guilty on Dec. 3 to the credit card fraud. Hruby’s preliminary hearing for the murder charges is set for June 16.