TULSA - The suspect in a deadly drug deal pleaded guilty Monday and was given a years-long prison sentence.
Blake Stricker, 22, pleaded guilty to first-degree manslaughter. Authorities say Stricker shot and killed Robert Chew in July 2011 during a drug deal near 49th and Yorktown. Another man was also injured.
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Police say the men were in Stricker's truck when they argued and Stricker shot Chew.
Stricker was give a 10-year sentence with five years suspended.
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