Three Texoma Convicts Have Sentences Communted by President Obama

 

Three Texoma convicts are among 235 federal inmates given pardons or reduced sentences by President Obama.
 
Donald and Mary Beth Looney were serving 43 and a 1/2 year sentences for distribution of  drugs,  possession of a firearm in furtherance of drug trafficking, and other charges. Their sentences have now been commuted to 17 1/2 years.
 
The Looneys were arrested  in 2005 after a standoff in a metal building off Seymour Highway and McGrath Lane. Federal and local authorities say it was the largest seizure of pure meth, or "ice" at that time in Wichita Falls.
 
They also seized firearms, including a loaded military style assault rifle.  The Looneys arrest warrants came after the Bureau of Indian Affairs conducted an investigation  into drug trafficking at the Red River Casino in Cotton County.
 
President Obama also commuted the sentence of  a  serviceman stationed at Fort Sill. Charles Perry was  sentenced to life for a cocaine trafficking ring based in Elk City. Authorities say Perry would go to Elk City every weekend and bring crack back to sell and trade for sex, clothes, meat and other things.
 
 His life sentence was commuted to expire on April 18th next year.
 

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