Britney Fraley, identified as the 17-year-old shot by a 29-year-old Ardmore man Friday night, was released from an Oklahoma City hospital Monday. But police say Craig Anderson, arrested shortly after he fired the shot at the teenager, remains jailed awaiting formal charges in a case investigators have said may have been motivated by a romance turned sour.   
Midday Monday, Capt. Eric Hamblin, Ardmore Police Department public information officer, confirmed doctors had released Fraley from hospital care. The teenager reportedly sustained a single gunshot wound to the head about 8:30 p.m. Friday outside a residence, converted to apartments, located in the 1100 block of B Street NW. Fraley was taken to the local hospital and later airlifted to a metro medical facility.
Anderson, who has a substantial criminal history and has served time in the Oklahoma prison system, was arrested without incident and booked into the Carter County Detention Center. He is currently detained on a $250,000 bond. Special District Judge Carson Brooks, who set the bond, also stipulated if Anderson posts bond he is to have an ankle monitor secured before being released from the CCDC. In addition, the judge has ordered Anderson to have no contact with the victim.
Detective Phil Shepard, Ardmore Police Department Criminal Investigations Division, leads the inquiry into the circumstances surrounding the shooting. It is anticipated police will submit their reports to the district attorney’s office today for consideration of formal charges. It is possible Anderson would make an initial appearance in district court this afternoon.