Two persons accused of leaving a teenager unconscious on the side of a road south of Muldrow were back in court this week. Angela Cray, 39, of Muldrow is charged in Sequoyah County District in Sallisaw with failure to stop-accident resulting in non-fatal injury, contributing to the delinquency of a minor, and selling or furnishing alcoholic beverage to a minor. She entered a not guilty plea to the charges on Aug. 20, and waived her preliminary hearing Oct. 3. In a hearing Monday in district court, Judge Jeff Payton put Gray's case on his Dec. 4 sounding docket. Kyle Lewis Brannon, 19, of Muldrow also had a hearing Monday in district court, and Judge Payton set his district court arraignment, on a charge of being an accessory after the fact, for 9 a.m. Dec. 4.
Gray and Brannon are both charged in relation to a Sept. 1, 2013, ATV crash which led to catastrophic brain damage for Christian Mayberry, 17. Gray is accused of driving and crashing the ATV, then leaving the injured Mayberry lying in a ditch beside the road while she and a teen friend cleaned up around the accident scene. Gray pleaded not guilty to the charges on Aug. 20 at the time of her arrest. Brannon is accused of assisting Gray with removing beer and beer cans from the accident scene. Brannon entered a not guilty plea to the charge on Aug. 20. In the meantime Mayberry is undergoing rehabilitation in a Florida rehab center. By Sally Maxwell, Senior News Director
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