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Broken Arrow Teens Enter Plea, Sentenced In 2011 Cattle Deaths

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One of the cows which had been shot with an arrow. One of the cows which had been shot with an arrow.
Pictures of Trayton Vanderpool and Jared Barlass. Pictures of Trayton Vanderpool and Jared Barlass.
CLAREMORE, Oklahoma -

A Rogers County judge has deferred sentencing for two Broken Arrow teenagers charged with 8 counts each of animal cruelty.

The pair were arrested days after a Rogers County rancher near Oologah notified sheriff's deputies that some of his cattle had been killed with bow and arrows.

Tips led deputies to Trayton Vanderpool and Jared Barlass, both 19-years-old.

Vanderpool and Barlass pleaded in the case and agreed to enter a delayed sentencing program for young adults.

Each will get a 5-year deferred sentence plus fines and court costs.

The rancher said the cattle killed was worth about $15,000.

8/16/2011 Related Story: Broken Arrow Teens Arrested In Deadly Cow Shooting

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