TULSA – The man convicted of killing three people in a car crash in 2009 could return behind bars soon.
On Friday, Jameson's post-conviction relief was reversed. Jameson was released from prison in January on $55,000 bond when a judge vacated his sentence during a hearing.
He was serving eight years on each of the manslaughter charges for the deaths of Angela and Michael Mulanax and their son, James.
After his release, Jameson was also ordered to wear an ankle monitor. He is expected to turn himself in sometime Tuesday.
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