Young mother gets early release from Oklahoma prison
Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin agrees to allow Patricia Spottedcrow to complete sentence in community corrections center
Gov. Mary Fallin has agreed to early release for inmate Patricia Spottedcrow, a young mother whose story of a lengthy sentence for a small marijuana deal was featured in a Tulsa World series on women in prison.
Under the governor’s stipulations, Spottedcrow will be required to complete 120 days at a community-level Department of Corrections facility before she is released.
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