One of three defendants in a 1972 homicide in Onslow County had his bond reduced Wednesday and is now out.
Officials say Roger Gill made the $25,000 bond Thursday night and was released.
Last year, the 56-year-old was charged along side 58-year-old Vickie Babbitt and former Belhaven Police Chief George Hayden in the 1972 shooting death of Sgt. Bill Miller, a Camp Lejeune Marine and Babbitts husband at the time.
Both Babbitt and Hayden have been released from the Onslow County Jail on bond. Gill's bond was originally set at $200,000 but reduced to $25,000 this week.
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