Office of the District Attorney, District 12 | Judge Sentences Two Rogers County Brothers to 25 Years in Prison
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Judge Sentences Two Rogers County Brothers to 25 Years in Prison

08 Dec Judge Sentences Two Rogers County Brothers to 25 Years in Prison

Dakota Shriver

Gage Shriver







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A Rogers County Judge formalized the sentence handed down by a jury in September for Gage and Dakota Shriver.

The two week trial centered on a hit-and-run that killed Noelle New and gravely injured Maranda Talley on June 5, 2017.

Both brothers took the stand during their trial as did the surviving victim, Maranda.

The Shrivers had both been drinking before getting in Gage’s truck and driving.  And when the two began arguing Dakota punched Gage who was the driver.  That’s when the truck veered onto the two young women throwing Maranda out into a field and dragging Maranda’s dead body further into the field.

The jury decided prosecutors proved the brothers saw the girls and decided to go home, anyone, returning later to try and clean up some of the scene.

But investigators unraveled their various versions of events through multiple interviews and evidence.

Their mother Dorothea Butanda also faces charges in the case for being an accessory after the fact and obstructing an officer.  She waived jury trial and will be back in court January 11, 2018.

The judge ordered all sentences run concurrently so both brothers are going to prison for 25 years and by law they have to serve a minimum of 85% of that sentence:

Gage Shriver:
Murder in the Second Degree
Leaving the Scene of a Fatality Accident
Leaving Scene of Accident Involving Injury
DUI with BAC of .08 or More – Great Bodily Injury
Failure to Maintain Insurance
Leaving the Scene of Accident Damaged Fixture
Failure to Report Personal Injury Accident
Obstructing Officer

Dakota Shriver:
Murder in the Second Degree
Accessory to Leaving the Scene of Fatality Accident
Accessory to leaving the Scene of Injury Accident
Obstructing Officer

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