JOPLIN, MO.--- The man charged with killing a Missouri Southern football coach outside the Joplin movie theatre gets released on bond. Today a judge ruled Jeffrey Bruner could post bond, but only under seven conditions. Bruner must be placed on electronic monitoring, he has to reside with his parents in Greene County, and he isn't allowed to go to Missouri Southern.
He also can't enter Jasper County without the permission of the court or unless he has a court date. Bruner also isn't allowed to have contact with his estranged wife, Dawn Bruner, or the victim's family. He isn't allowed to leave Greene County except for court appearances or to meet with his attorney, and in those cases, Bruner must travel with his parents.
Bruner is charged with first degree murder for the November 1st shooting death of Missouri Southern Football Coach Derek Moore. Authorities say Bruner shot Moore outside the Regal Northstar 14. They say Moore was at the theatre with Bruner's estranged wife. Officials say Bruner went there and confronted the two in the parking lot, exchanging words with Moore. That's when he shot Moore several times. Bruner is scheduled to be back in court August 4th.
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