An Edmond soldier doing time at Fort Leavenworth for unpremeditated murder in a combat zone has been granted parole. 1st Lt. Michael Behenna called his mother, Vicki Behenna, Wednesday to deliver the news. "He was quiet and understated," she told KTOK News. "He said he received the decision from the Army Clemency and Parole Board and that they granted his request for parole. I immediately started crying. He was quiet and let me cry a little bit and said 'Mom I love you and I love you guys'." He will be released from Fort Leavenworth on March 14.