Repeat DUI driver gets 40-year sentence in fatal crash

BY BILL BRAUN, Tulsa World Published: April 21, 2014
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A Tulsa woman with a prior record for driving under the influence of alcohol was sentenced Monday to 40 years in prison for a "felony murder" conviction tied to a fatal traffic collision.

In accordance with jury verdicts, a judge sentenced Marquita Littlebear to consecutive prison terms totaling 54 years, connected to a Feb. 12, 2012, crash that police categorized as a hit-and-run collision that claimed the life of Susan Mamary, a teacher at Marquette Catholic School.

Mamary, 60, was fatally injured when two vehicles collided at 51st Street and Hudson Place, police said.


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