Arraignment held for Oklahoma City attorney
An Oklahoma City attorney who has been in jail for allegedly intimidating a witness was arraigned Friday morning in Okmulgee County district court.
Keegan Harroz, 36, was arrested Sept. 13 in Oklahoma County on a warrant issued by Okmulgee County. She was being held in the Oklahoma County Jail, but was transferred to Okmulgee earlier this week. She was being held in the Okmulgee County Jail on a $1 million-dollar bond in complaint of intimidation of a witness, identified as Tiffany Eichor.
Eichor had filed a protective order against her ex-boyfriend Barry Titus, on complaint of abuse and Titus had hired Harroz to represent him.
Eichor was one of three people killed on Sept. 7 near Beggs. A family member found Eichor along with her mother and father dead from apparent gunshot wounds in their home. However, Okmulgee County Sheriff officials have maintained Harroz is not jailed in connection to the homicide investigation and instead it only being held for the intimidation of a witness.
During the arraignment, Harroz and her attorney entered a plea of not guilty and requested a lowering of the bond amount. Judge Pandee Ramirez lowered the bond to $150,000 with the stipulation that Harroz must wear an ankle monitor. She will return to court Nov. 21 at 9 a.m. before Judge Ramirez.