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September 16, 2013

BREAKING NEWS: Three sentenced for role in death of teen

Three Muskogee men were sentenced Monday in the shooting death of Ryan Satterfield.

Troy Dufur, 19, will be 39 before he’s eligible for parole. He was sentenced to 30 years in prison with the last 10 years suspended in Muskogee District Court.

Dufur pleaded guilty to felony accessory to first-degree murder in May.

Satterfield, 17, was killed on Nov. 23, 2011 at a home in the 1500 block of East Okmulgee Avenue during a robbery Thanksgiving eve.

Jordan Miller, 19, was sentenced to life in prison with all but 30 years suspended. He pleaded guilty to first-degree felony murder in July. He will be 49 before he is eligible for parole.

Martin Miller, 20, received the same sentence as Jordan Miller after also pleading guilty to first-degree felony murder in July. He will be 50 before parole is possible.

Both Millers have a judicial review hearing scheduled for Aug. 25, 2014, where District Judge Thomas Alford will revisit their sentences.

Fredrick Watson, who turns 20 Tuesday, is the last of six defendants awaiting sentencing. He was found guilty of first-degree felony murder in August and will be sentenced Oct. 14.

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