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Man charged in ex-cheerleader's death released on HIP

Published: Sep. 15, 2016 at 11:30 PM EDT
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Shanae Moorman (Source: Facebook)
Shanae Moorman (Source: Facebook)

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - A repeat DUI offender charged with murder in the death of a former University of Louisville cheerleader is now on home incarceration, according to the victim notification network, VINE.

On Tuesday, a judge reduced Bradley Caraway's bond to 10 percent of $100,000. He was released on home incarceration on Thursday.

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Caraway was charged with murder in DUI in the Aug. 6 crash that killed Shanae Moorman, 25.

According to a Louisville Metro Police Department spokesman, a black Honda Accord was traveling east on Interstate 64 when it attempted to exit onto the Gene Snyder southbound ramp. The car flipped and Moorman was ejected.

Police said Caraway left the scene of the crash.

He is scheduled to appear back in court on Nov. 10.

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