OKC Businessmen Sentenced To 15 Months In Skiatook Schools Bribery Case


Friday, February 22nd 2013, 9:29 pm
By: News On 6


Scamming a Green Country school out of hundreds-of-thousands of dollars cost an Oklahoma businessman 15 months in federal prison.

Rick Enos worked with former Skiatook superintendent, Gary Johnson, to sell the district outrageously overpriced supplies.

In return, Enos bribed Johnson with OU tickets and bowl game trips.

Johnson got a one-year prison sentence earlier this month.

Together, the men will repay more than $600,000 to Skiatook schools.

2/7/2013 Related Story: Ex-Skiatook Superintendent Sentenced To 1 Year In Federal Prison