AMARILLO, TX (KFDA) - Billy Glenn Ivy Jr. has been released from the Randall County Jail.
Randall County court records confirm Ivy Jr. was released on Saturday.
According to Ivy Jr.'s attorney, he was released on a $10,000 personal bond that the State agreed to.
While out on bond, Ivy Jr. is not allowed to contact any witnesses involved in the case, nor will he be allowed to possess firearms.
He will also be tracked by GPS to ensure that he stays within Oldham, Potter and Randall counties.
Ivy Jr. recently pleaded guilty to a federal charge of possessing unregistered firearm silencers.
He also faces charges in Randall County from an alleged murder-for-hire plot and arson.
An FBI investigator has testified that Ivy Jr. is also suspected of playing a part in the disappearance of Nicole Moore who has been missing since December.
Ivy Jr. has a sentence hearing on October 24.
This is a developing story, and NewsChannel10 will continue to provide updates as they are made available.
Billy Glenn Ivy Jr. faces up to ten years in prison for federal firearms charges | Ivy was also linked to a woman's disappearance in December | More charges, arrest for murder-for-hire suspect | Additional warrants issued in murder-for-hire case | Suspect arrested for arson as Ivy investigation continues