Rogers County Sheriff's authorities say 19-year-olds Jared Barlass and Trayton Vanderpool, both of Broken Arrow, turned themselves over to authorities Tuesday for killing cattle in Rogers County with a bow and arrows. They face nine …
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ROGERS COUNTY, Okla. - Two men convicted of killing cattle must pay thousands of dollars in restitution.
A judge has ordered 20-year-old Traton Vanderpool and 21-year-old Jared Barlass, both of Broken Arrow, to pay $85,000 to the family that owned the cattle.
The two were sentenced in February 2012 for eight counts of animal cruelty. They avoided jail time by entering a delayed sentencing program for young adults.
The two men are now on probation for shooting several animals, including a prize show calf with a bow and arrow.
The crimes happened in 2011 in Rogers County.
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