KXMX has learned that a plea deal has been offered to Angela Gray, the Muldrow woman accused of leaving the scene of an ATV accident in 2013 that left a Muldrow teen, Christian Mayberry, with a severe brain injury.
District Attorney Jack Thorp has confirmed that a plea deal has been offered to Gray. He was unable to confirm if the deal had been accepted although sources close to the case indicate that Gray is expected to accept the plea deal.
The deal involves 8 years supervised probation, including a drug and alcohol assessment, along with at least $1,000 in fines and additional court costs.
Thorp said a deferred sentence was offered on all four counts – failure to stop for an accident resulting in non-fatal injury, conspiracy, child endangerment by driving under the influence, and selling and/or furnishing alcoholic beverage to a minor.
The plea deal, according to Thorp, would not have been offered without the Mayberry family’s consent.
“It is a way to get the case resolved with a finding of guilt," Thorp said.
Gray’s attorney, Gary Buckles of Poteau, was unavailable for comment as to whether his client has accepted the plea deal.
Pam Cloud, Managing News Director
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