Driver charged in Edmond boy’s death bonds out of jail

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Kelly Corn

OKLAHOMA CITY – The man charged with murder in the death of an Edmond boy bonded out of jail Monday morning.

Kelly Corn is charged with five felony counts, including second-degree murder and possession of drugs for the Easter death of 6-year-old Saxton Watley.

A judge agreed to give him a bond last month if he got a residence in Oklahoma County.

He’s out of jail on a $250,000 bond and is under house arrest with an ankle monitor.

He will also be drug tested twice a month.

Corn had been held without bail since he surrendered at the Oklahoma County Jail in May.

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