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 CO., Okla. - A pair of accused cattle killers in Rogers County were sentenced Thursday on eight counts of animal cruelty.
Traton Vanderpool and Jared Barlass avoided jail time by entering a delayed sentencing program for young adults. Both were 19 years old at the time of the killings.
If the two fail the program, they will serve five years behind bars.
Vanderpool and Barlass are accused of killing cattle with bow and arrow last year. They turned themselves in August 2011.
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