Chambers is held on a $1 million bond on suspicion of second-degree murder and driving under the influence. She hasn’t been formally charged with the four second-degree murder counts. A prosecutor says that she “intentionally drove her car into a crowd” and that she is was a “flight risk” because she faces the possibility of four life terms. According to a probable cause affidavit Chambers told investigators she had a history of suicide attempts and was suicidal at the time of the event. Chamber’s father says there’s “no way” he would be able to post her $1 million bond.
Chambers is charged with multiple counts of second-degree murder. Chambers is being held in the Payne County jail and is set for an initial court hearing Monday 26 October.
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