Here is what happened to Teddy Mitchell's co-defendants:
Former bookie Richard Allen Hancock, 68, of Yorba Linda, Calif., is serving 16 months in federal prison on two felony counts for overseeing the illegal Internet sports-wagering business and for money laundering. He was ordered to forfeit $1.45 million to the federal government.
Former bookie Gary John Gibb, 69, of Reno, Nev., is serving 16 months in federal prison on one felony count for his role in the sports-wagering business. He was ordered to forfeit $500,000 to the federal government.
Oldest son Dryden R. Mitchell, 33, of Oklahoma City, is awaiting sentencing on two felony counts for his role in the sports-wagering business and for money laundering.
Youngest son Billy Nick Mitchell, 24, of Oklahoma City, is on probation for two years for failing to report on a tax return $3,500 in tips he made dealing cards at his dad's poker games in 2010. He was fined $1,000 for the misdemeanor. He was required to pay $820 in restitution to the Internal Revenue Service.
Longtime friend David Bruce Loveland, 66, of Oklahoma City, is on probation for three years for his role in the Internet sports-wagering business. He was fined $2,000 after pleading guilty to two felony counts.
Jerry Wayne Gilchrist, 36, of Oklahoma City, is awaiting sentencing on a felony illegal gambling charge. He admitted in August to dealing some card games at Mitchell's house.
Michael Lee McCullah, 35, is on probation for one year for not reporting on his tax return $7,000 in tips he made dealing cards at Mitchell's poker games in 2007. He was fined $1,000 on the misdemeanor. He did not have to pay restitution because the IRS determined no back taxes were due. At the time of his indictment last year, he lived in Ardmore, prosecutors said.
Justin Edward Musgrove, 40, was fined $1,000 for failing to file a 2007 federal income tax return, even though he had income from dealing cards for Mitchell. He was ordered to pay $884 in restitution to the IRS. “I'm a completely different person than I was then,” he said at his sentencing on the misdemeanor. He now works in Stillwater.