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December 12, 2012

City man sentenced in drive-by shooting

Anderson to serve time for list of felonies

A Muskogee man has been sentenced for a list of felonies from a 2010 arrest for a drive-by shooting.

Daniel Jermaine Anderson, 22, was sentenced to eight five-year and one two-year terms in the Oklahoma Department of Corrections. Each term is set to run concurrent with the others, according to sentencing documents. Anderson will receive credit for time served. He also was ordered to pay $700 in fines.

Anderson was sentenced for:

• Prisoner placing bodily fluid on government employee;

• Assault and battery with a dangerous weapon;

• Three counts of assault and battery upon corrections personnel;

• Conspiracy to use vehicle in discharge of firearm;

• Use of a vehicle in discharge of a firearm;

• Conspiracy to commit assault and battery with a deadly weapon; and

• Assault and battery with a deadly weapon.

Anderson must also pay more than $3,000 in fines as well as court costs.  

Anderson was arrested in April 2010 after a drive-by shooting that injured two teens. The teens required surgery, according to a 2010 Muskogee Phoenix story. One had a bullet lodged against his spine, and other was shot in the stomach and the elbow.

Reach Dylan Goforth at (918) 684-2903 or dgoforth@muskogeephoenix.com.

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