Last of six teens sentenced in 2011 fatal shooting; Fredrick Watson Jr. gets life in prison

A Wagoner man was sentenced to life in prison for the 2011 murder of a teen.

Fredrick Watson Jr., now 20, was found guilty of murder in the first degree in August. His sentence does have the possibility for parole.

Watson is one of six arrested in the November 2011 death of 17-year-old Ryan Satterfield. The teen was gunned down during a robbery attempt.

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Watson was 18 at the time.  

The other five arrested included Tommy Lee Dean, Jr., 19, Deandre Clark, 18, Martin Miller, 18, Jordan Miller, 17, and Troy Dufur, 17.

All six teens were tried as adults.

Clark, now 20, was the first suspect to be found guilty in the murder. He was sentenced to life in prison with the possibility of parole in June.

Nineteen-year-old Dufur was convicted as an accessory to first-degree murder in May.

Martin and Jordan Miller were found guilty of murder in July, according to court documents.

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