ONTARIO, Ore. -- A woman accused in a conspiracy to commit murder was arrested again Sunday in Ontario.
Erlene Reger is one of four suspects in the shooting that injured Ramon Fry back in February.
The Malheur County district attorney says Reger violated the conditions of her release on her original charges.
She is charged with attempted murder, conspiracy to commit murder, assault, and reckless endangerment of another person in the February shooting.
The DA says she originally posted $5,000 in cash to get out of jail and had to agree to several terms.
One of those was staying away from the victim, Ramon Fry, and also staying away from Fry's son, who is also Reger's grandchild.
On Sunday, police found Reger with her grandchild at a state park and arrested her. Monday, she appeared in court where a new bond was set.
County jail officials tell KTVB she posted $16,000 in cash Monday afternoon and was released with a GPS tracking device.
Last week, Todd Mulvaine, a fourth suspect in this case, was arrested in Idaho.
He has since gone back to Oregon to face his attempted murder, conspiracy, and assault charges.
He is still in jail and will enter a plea in two weeks.