TULSA - The two men who confessed to bilking hundreds of thousands of dollars from Skiatook Schools have been sentenced to restitution.
Former Skiatook Superintendent Gary Johnson and Oklahoma City businessman and former vendor Rick Enos must repay $657,197.27 to the district.
Both Johnson and Enos pleaded guilty to bribery.
An audit showed that over a four-and-half-year period of Johnson's leadership, the district bought more than $800,000 in janitorial supplies and security equipment from a business owned by Enos.
According to the audit, many of the items were sold to the district at prices that were inflated by by more than 200 percent.
Per the judge's ruling, Johnson is responsible for 36 percent of the restitution, while Enos will pay 64 percent.
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