A news releasefrom the Texas Southwest Cattle Raisers Association details some of the investigation, which involves four other defendants beside Key. The indictments were held by the state until last week, but the grand jury is set to reconvene Aug. 20-22 for more witness testimony. That may lead to more charges, according to the TSCRA Special Ranger Kent Dowell.

Key is out of jail on bond posted last Friday. According to an article in The Oklahoman last spring, Key resigned his law license after troubles surrounding the case. He was voted off the bench in 2006 by voters, after a controversy surrounding a child's death after Key made a custody ruling. end mark