An apparent misunderstanding landed an accused murderer back in jail, but Christian Circuit Judge Andrew Self is satisfied that no conditions of release were broken. Charles Morris, who is accused of killing his three-year old daughter, Alayna Adair, reported to the GPS monitoring company on June 21 and asked to stay the night with a friend to help him pack and move. He ended up staying for 10 days before returning to the barracks at Fort Campbell, where he is supposed to be under constant supervision. Though Morris and his friend, an army sergeant, swore to Judge Self Tuesday afternoon the house was on post, some time during the 10 days the court was notified it was not.
He will again be setup on an ankle monitoring system and confined to Fort Campbell under strict supervision. Morris's case is currently set for trial September 9.
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