Woman Sentenced To 25 Years For 2016 Murder In Catoosa
ROGERS COUNTY, Oklahoma - Amy Worsham has been sentenced to 25 years in prison after entering a guilty plea to 2nd degree murder for her involvement in the 2016 murder of Casey Adkins in Catoosa.
Worsham lured Adkins into a vehicle just before he was shot and killed by Cory Kuebler. Kuebler previously entered guilty pleas to avoid facing the death penalty for murdering Adkins and for the murder of Curtis Hergenrother in Tulsa.
Police say Kuebler was part of a group that has ties to the Irish Mob. He’s also a previously convicted felon and sex offender from Texas.
Worsham has previous felony convictions for drug possession in the presence of a minor and knowingly concealing stolen property.