Turnpike killer Benji Trammel, 30, Bartlesville, is free on $2,000 bond, after being arrested Aug. 21 on a domestic assault charge.
Washington County, Okla. court records indicate a condition of Trammel's bond is that he have no contact with the alleged victim.
Trammel was one of two Quapaw teens responsible for the January 1994 murder of Sheila Mayfield, 25, Jasper. The two threw a rock from an overpass through the windshield of Mrs. Mayfield's car as it traveled on the Will Rogers Turnpike. Mrs. Mayfield, the mother of two children, was killed instantly.
Trammel, who was 15 at the time, pleaded guilty and was placed into a juvenile detention facility. When he was released at age 18, the record of his conviction was expunged.
The other killer, Paul Wesley Murray, who was 16 at the time, eventually pleaded guilty to second degree murder, spent four months in prison and was released on probation. Murray continued having run-ins with the law, and eventually had his probation revoked and spent approximately four years in prison. He is on probation through 2013.