, Muskogee, OK

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July 16, 2013

Murder accessory sentencing delayed

— Sentencing for a Muskogee man who pleaded guilty to accessory to first-degree murder was postponed Monday because his presentence investigation wasn’t completed, a Muskogee County District Court spokeswoman said.

Troy Dufur, 19, pleaded guilty May 23 as an accessory to the murder of Ryan Satterfield, who was 17 when he was shot and killed the night before Thanksgiving 2012.

A new date had not been set by the end of the day Monday.

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