MANGUM, Okla. (AP) - Prosecutors and defense attorneys are scheduled to meet Thursday to discuss the case of a warden's wife who allegedly helped an inmate escape from her husband's prison in 1994.
Bobbi Parker is set to go on trial Sept. 20. Greer County prosecutors allege Parker developed a relationship with Randolph Dial, helped him escape and then lived on the run with him for years. Dial and Parker were discovered living on a chicken ranch in East Texas in 2005.
Prosecutors charged Parker in 2008. Dial, who maintained that he kidnapped Parker and held her against her will, died in prison. District Attorney John Wampler couldn't be reached for comment.
Parker's attorney, Garvin Isaacs, says he's barred from talking about what will be discussed at the conference.
Information from: The Oklahoman, http://www.newsok.com