Inmate who Stitt commuted now charged with 3 homicides

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According to the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation, Anderson is accused of killing Andrea Lynn Blankenship, 41, and cutting out her heart. Authorities say Anderson brought the heart to his aunt and uncle’s house, cooked it with potatoes and tried to serve it to them before killing Leon Pye, 67, wounding the aunt and killing Kaeos Yates, the pair’s 4-year-old granddaughter.

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From a probation violation stemming from a drug conviction to a triple murder including a 4 year old and cannibalism.

Unless he had a prior history of violence or metal issues, how could you ever imagine this would happen?
 

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From a probation violation stemming from a drug conviction to a triple murder including a 4 year old and cannibalism.

Unless he had a prior history of violence or metal issues, how could you ever imagine this would happen?
Here is his offender rapsheet with DOC. It doesn't justify the info into columns like it has them on the DOC Offender look-up site, but hopefully you get the point.

There were lots of clues that this guys should not have gotten a commutation.

I've got a case very similar to this one myself. Only my defendant didn't end up killing his victim....only beat her so severely that she had to be med-flight to OKC (allegedly...for the record...until I convict him).

2010-115GRADY COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 8/9/2011 20 Y Probation 8/9/2011 Active
2010-115GRADY COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 8/9/2011 20 Y Probation 8/9/2011 Active 2010-115GRADY COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 8/9/2011 20 Y Probation 8/9/2011 Active 2010-115GRADY COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 8/9/2011 20 Y Probation 8/9/2011 Active 2017-318GRADY COUNTY COURTCON/FELONS PROHIB/CARRY FIREARMS 11/20/2017 1 Y Probation 1/16/2021 Active 2017-318GRADY COUNTY COURTCARRYING WEAPON/DRUGS/ALCOHOL INTO JAIL 4 Y 1 M 26 DPIS 11/20/2017 Active 2017-318GRADY COUNTY COURTCON/FELONS PROHIB/CARRY FIREARMS 4 Y 1 M 26 DPIS 11/20/2017 Active 2017-318GRADY COUNTY COURTCON/FELONS PROHIB/CARRY FIREARMS 11/20/2017 9 Y Incarceration 12/15/2017 1/16/2021 2017-318GRADY COUNTY COURTCARRYING WEAPON/DRUGS/ALCOHOL INTO JAIL 11/20/2017 9 Y Incarceration 12/15/2017 1/16/2021 2010-115RGRADY COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 8/9/2011 9 Y Incarceration 12/15/2017 1/16/2021 2010-115RGRADY COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 8/9/2011 9 Y Incarceration 12/15/2017 1/16/2021 2010-115RGRADY COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 8/9/2011 9 Y Incarceration 12/15/2017 1/16/2021 2010-115RGRADY COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 8/9/2011 9 Y Incarceration 12/15/2017 1/16/2021 2010-115GRADY COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 25 Y 10 M 10 DP&PSUS 8/9/2011 12/13/2017 2010-115GRADY COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 8/9/2011 15 Y Incarceration 2/23/2012 6/13/2017 2010-115GRADY COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 8/9/2011 15 Y Incarceration 2/23/2012 6/13/2017 2010-115GRADY COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 8/9/2011 15 Y Incarceration 2/23/2012 6/13/2017 2010-115GRADY COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 8/9/2011 15 Y Incarceration 2/23/2012 6/13/2017 2005-469GRADY COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 8/9/2011 5 Y Incarceration 2/23/2012 4/22/2013 2005-469GRADY COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 7 Y 4 M 30 DP&PSUS 8/16/2007 8/12/2011 2006-3808OKLAHOMA COUNTY COURTPOINTING FIREARM 8/31/2006 4 Y Incarceration 12/28/2006 8/3/2008 2006-3808OKLAHOMA COUNTY COURTPOINTING FIREARM 8/31/2006 4 Y Incarceration 12/28/2006 8/3/2008 2006-3808OKLAHOMA COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 8/31/2006 4 Y Incarceration 12/28/2006 8/3/2008 2006-3808OKLAHOMA COUNTY COURTDOMESTIC ABUSE 8/31/2006 1 Y Incarceration 12/28/2006 3/4/2007
 

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Here is his offender rapsheet with DOC. It doesn't justify the info into columns like it has them on the DOC Offender look-up site, but hopefully you get the point.

There were lots of clues that this guys should not have gotten a commutation.

I've got a case very similar to this one myself. Only my defendant didn't end up killing his victim....only beat her so severely that she had to be med-flight to OKC (allegedly...for the record...until I convict him).

2010-115GRADY COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 8/9/2011 20 Y Probation 8/9/2011 Active
2010-115GRADY COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 8/9/2011 20 Y Probation 8/9/2011 Active 2010-115GRADY COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 8/9/2011 20 Y Probation 8/9/2011 Active 2010-115GRADY COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 8/9/2011 20 Y Probation 8/9/2011 Active 2017-318GRADY COUNTY COURTCON/FELONS PROHIB/CARRY FIREARMS 11/20/2017 1 Y Probation 1/16/2021 Active 2017-318GRADY COUNTY COURTCARRYING WEAPON/DRUGS/ALCOHOL INTO JAIL 4 Y 1 M 26 DPIS 11/20/2017 Active 2017-318GRADY COUNTY COURTCON/FELONS PROHIB/CARRY FIREARMS 4 Y 1 M 26 DPIS 11/20/2017 Active 2017-318GRADY COUNTY COURTCON/FELONS PROHIB/CARRY FIREARMS 11/20/2017 9 Y Incarceration 12/15/2017 1/16/2021 2017-318GRADY COUNTY COURTCARRYING WEAPON/DRUGS/ALCOHOL INTO JAIL 11/20/2017 9 Y Incarceration 12/15/2017 1/16/2021 2010-115RGRADY COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 8/9/2011 9 Y Incarceration 12/15/2017 1/16/2021 2010-115RGRADY COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 8/9/2011 9 Y Incarceration 12/15/2017 1/16/2021 2010-115RGRADY COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 8/9/2011 9 Y Incarceration 12/15/2017 1/16/2021 2010-115RGRADY COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 8/9/2011 9 Y Incarceration 12/15/2017 1/16/2021 2010-115GRADY COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 25 Y 10 M 10 DP&PSUS 8/9/2011 12/13/2017 2010-115GRADY COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 8/9/2011 15 Y Incarceration 2/23/2012 6/13/2017 2010-115GRADY COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 8/9/2011 15 Y Incarceration 2/23/2012 6/13/2017 2010-115GRADY COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 8/9/2011 15 Y Incarceration 2/23/2012 6/13/2017 2010-115GRADY COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 8/9/2011 15 Y Incarceration 2/23/2012 6/13/2017 2005-469GRADY COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 8/9/2011 5 Y Incarceration 2/23/2012 4/22/2013 2005-469GRADY COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 7 Y 4 M 30 DP&PSUS 8/16/2007 8/12/2011 2006-3808OKLAHOMA COUNTY COURTPOINTING FIREARM 8/31/2006 4 Y Incarceration 12/28/2006 8/3/2008 2006-3808OKLAHOMA COUNTY COURTPOINTING FIREARM 8/31/2006 4 Y Incarceration 12/28/2006 8/3/2008 2006-3808OKLAHOMA COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 8/31/2006 4 Y Incarceration 12/28/2006 8/3/2008 2006-3808OKLAHOMA COUNTY COURTDOMESTIC ABUSE 8/31/2006 1 Y Incarceration 12/28/2006 3/4/2007
Wow! How the hell was he even on the consideration list? Are there that many bigger POS in Oklahoma prisons?
 

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Here is his offender rapsheet with DOC. It doesn't justify the info into columns like it has them on the DOC Offender look-up site, but hopefully you get the point.

There were lots of clues that this guys should not have gotten a commutation.

I've got a case very similar to this one myself. Only my defendant didn't end up killing his victim....only beat her so severely that she had to be med-flight to OKC (allegedly...for the record...until I convict him).

2010-115GRADY COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 8/9/2011 20 Y Probation 8/9/2011 Active
2010-115GRADY COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 8/9/2011 20 Y Probation 8/9/2011 Active 2010-115GRADY COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 8/9/2011 20 Y Probation 8/9/2011 Active 2010-115GRADY COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 8/9/2011 20 Y Probation 8/9/2011 Active 2017-318GRADY COUNTY COURTCON/FELONS PROHIB/CARRY FIREARMS 11/20/2017 1 Y Probation 1/16/2021 Active 2017-318GRADY COUNTY COURTCARRYING WEAPON/DRUGS/ALCOHOL INTO JAIL 4 Y 1 M 26 DPIS 11/20/2017 Active 2017-318GRADY COUNTY COURTCON/FELONS PROHIB/CARRY FIREARMS 4 Y 1 M 26 DPIS 11/20/2017 Active 2017-318GRADY COUNTY COURTCON/FELONS PROHIB/CARRY FIREARMS 11/20/2017 9 Y Incarceration 12/15/2017 1/16/2021 2017-318GRADY COUNTY COURTCARRYING WEAPON/DRUGS/ALCOHOL INTO JAIL 11/20/2017 9 Y Incarceration 12/15/2017 1/16/2021 2010-115RGRADY COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 8/9/2011 9 Y Incarceration 12/15/2017 1/16/2021 2010-115RGRADY COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 8/9/2011 9 Y Incarceration 12/15/2017 1/16/2021 2010-115RGRADY COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 8/9/2011 9 Y Incarceration 12/15/2017 1/16/2021 2010-115RGRADY COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 8/9/2011 9 Y Incarceration 12/15/2017 1/16/2021 2010-115GRADY COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 25 Y 10 M 10 DP&PSUS 8/9/2011 12/13/2017 2010-115GRADY COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 8/9/2011 15 Y Incarceration 2/23/2012 6/13/2017 2010-115GRADY COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 8/9/2011 15 Y Incarceration 2/23/2012 6/13/2017 2010-115GRADY COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 8/9/2011 15 Y Incarceration 2/23/2012 6/13/2017 2010-115GRADY COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 8/9/2011 15 Y Incarceration 2/23/2012 6/13/2017 2005-469GRADY COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 8/9/2011 5 Y Incarceration 2/23/2012 4/22/2013 2005-469GRADY COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 7 Y 4 M 30 DP&PSUS 8/16/2007 8/12/2011 2006-3808OKLAHOMA COUNTY COURTPOINTING FIREARM 8/31/2006 4 Y Incarceration 12/28/2006 8/3/2008 2006-3808OKLAHOMA COUNTY COURTPOINTING FIREARM 8/31/2006 4 Y Incarceration 12/28/2006 8/3/2008 2006-3808OKLAHOMA COUNTY COURTDIST OF CDS/POSS W/INTENT 8/31/2006 4 Y Incarceration 12/28/2006 8/3/2008 2006-3808OKLAHOMA COUNTY COURTDOMESTIC ABUSE 8/31/2006 1 Y Incarceration 12/28/2006 3/4/2007
Appears Grady County has a 20 strike rule.
 

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Wow! How the hell was he even on the consideration list? Are there that many bigger POS in Oklahoma prisons?
Everybody that was incarcerated for drug related offenses....even offenses that remained a felony after criminal justice reform like trafficking and Possession with Intent to Distribute....were given commutation consideration. I spent a lot of time drafting DA objections to commutations for the worst of them out of my county.

And I know that your question was rhetorical, but yeah....there a lot of bigger POS in Oklahoma prisons...and some of them got sentences commuted as well.
 

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Everybody that was incarcerated for drug related offenses....even offenses that remained a felony after criminal justice reform like trafficking and Possession with Intent to Distribute....were given commutation consideration. I spent a lot of time drafting DA objections to commutations for the worst of them out of my county.

And I know that your question was rhetorical, but yeah....there a lot of bigger POS in Oklahoma prisons...and some of them got sentences commuted as well.
I bet mass commutations must drive you up a wall that must be frustrating
 

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Everybody that was incarcerated for drug related offenses....even offenses that remained a felony after criminal justice reform like trafficking and Possession with Intent to Distribute....were given commutation consideration. I spent a lot of time drafting DA objections to commutations for the worst of them out of my county.

And I know that your question was rhetorical, but yeah....there a lot of bigger POS in Oklahoma prisons...and some of them got sentences commuted as well.
Just to be clear. I’m against private prisons. I’m against locking up non violent offenders.

But...if they’re a repeat violent offender, I have no qualms about losing the keys. This guy had no business being among creatures with souls.
 

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I bet mass commutations must drive you up a wall that must be frustrating
Just to be clear. I’m against private prisons. I’m against locking up non violent offenders.

But...if they’re a repeat violent offender, I have no qualms about losing the keys. This guy had no business being among creatures with souls.
This round, I kind of understand for the most part even though they definitely got plenty wrong.

We had people sitting in prison for felony simple possession (not trafficking or distributing)....sometimes for a very long time. Then their crimes are suddenly made misdemeanors going forward. It's not good public policy to keep simple possession felons in prison at all for the most part, IMO.

@llcoolw -while I generally agree that we incarcerate too many people in Oklahoma....and I agree that profit driven incarceration is bad public policy....I'm not down with "non-violent offenders" never facing the possibility of incarceration. Some felony property crimes can screw up a victim's life just as much as them taking a beating or other physical violence.

I would probably be good with first time non-violent felony offenders not being subjected to incarceration as a matter of law, in fact that's almost always the case in practice, if not as a matter of law, anyways...at least in every courthouse I've been in across the State...and that would be every single one of them through my many years.
 

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I bet mass commutations must drive you up a wall that must be frustrating
Generally, I don't care all that much. If the Governor wants to show some mercy, I'm okay with that.

it's the ones where they get out on a commutation and come back to my community and immediately reoffend that drive me up the wall.

What does drive me up the wall is that a 10 year sentence given by a jury doesn't mean they are going to be in prison for 10 years....even if they don't get paroled. With prison over-crowding and DOC regs...depending on the crime and priors...a 10 year jury sentence could is probably going to be satisfied and they are going to be released doing a third to half of it.

I think if a jury gives someone 10 years....they ought to be in prison for 10 years if Board of Pardon and Parole doesn't give them parole.
 

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I bet mass commutations must drive you up a wall that must be frustrating
Just to be clear. I’m against private prisons. I’m against locking up non violent offenders.

But...if they’re a repeat violent offender, I have no qualms about losing the keys. This guy had no business being among creatures with souls.
This round, I kind of understand for the most part even though they definitely got plenty wrong.

We had people sitting in prison for felony simple possession (not trafficking or distributing)....sometimes for a very long time. Then their crimes are suddenly made misdemeanors going forward. It's not good public policy to keep simple possession felons in prison at all for the most part, IMO.

@llcoolw -while I generally agree that we incarcerate too many people in Oklahoma....and I agree that profit driven incarceration is bad public policy....I'm not down with "non-violent offenders" never facing the possibility of incarceration. Some felony property crimes can screw up a victim's life just as much as them taking a beating or other physical violence.

I would probably be good with first time non-violent felony offenders not being subjected to incarceration as a matter of law, in fact that's almost always the case in practice, if not as a matter of law, anyways...at least in every courthouse I've been in across the State...and that would be every single one of them through my many years.
I know someone with multiple check forgeries and failure to pay restitution, and few other things tacked on, that had only seen county jail time when they serve a warrant for him and catch him because he hasn't paid any money in a long time. They then tack on more court fees, etc... He pays $20-$50 from some friends and then is gone again.

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I know someone with multiple check forgeries and failure to pay restitution, and few other things tracked on, that had only seen county jail time when they serve a warrant for him and catch him because he hasn't paid any money in a long time. They then track on more court fees, etc... He pays $20-$50 from some friends and then is gone again.

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These are some of the toughest people to deal with. When @CowboyJD brought that up, I had to pontificate on those kind. The kind the would fake an online romance to drain a bank account. I think in my scenario, you’re forced eventually to pick. If you continue to be criminally involved but non violent, there should be a series of ever increasing disciplines. Community service. Trash pick up. Volunteer hours. Etc. if you continue to consciously decide against betterment, you’ll find yourself in more debt, in more stress, in more trouble that eventually leads to violence. And once that line has been crossed, freedom of movement starts to be denied. Two times and heavy sentences start.
It’s probably close to that now in some regards. IMO, a society should be judged on how it treats the downtrodden. Animals included. Right now, we’re not so hot. Even the last stop, prison, should have rehabilitation as much as possible. Even lifers would be easier to handle if you provide a sense of self worth. It certainly would be cheaper for all of us in the long run but that’s a fairytale.
 

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These are some of the toughest people to deal with. When @CowboyJD brought that up, I had to pontificate on those kind. The kind the would fake an online romance to drain a bank account. I think in my scenario, you’re forced eventually to pick. If you continue to be criminally involved but non violent, there should be a series of ever increasing disciplines. Community service. Trash pick up. Volunteer hours. Etc. if you continue to consciously decide against betterment, you’ll find yourself in more debt, in more stress, in more trouble that eventually leads to violence. And once that line has been crossed, freedom of movement starts to be denied. Two times and heavy sentences start.
It’s probably close to that now in some regards. IMO, a society should be judged on how it treats the downtrodden. Animals included. Right now, we’re not so hot. Even the last stop, prison, should have rehabilitation as much as possible. Even lifers would be easier to handle if you provide a sense of self worth. It certainly would be cheaper for all of us in the long run but that’s a fairytale.
I agree with much of what you said, but it is definitely a balancing act.

Driving those repeat, sometimes, high property damage/financial damage, offenders to the point of violence without ever incarcerating them along the way until violence, is going to increase your victims immensely and the damage that that has been done.

Also, depending on the case, a first time property/non-violent crime could really be justified for jail. For instance, one I recently filed. Ex-husband with a VPO against him goes on a property damage rampage in his car....multiple victims with no injuries until he makes it to his ex-wife's house. There he, at a high rate of speed, rams her unoccupied car, slams into her house, and into a tree in her front yard. When he is arrested, he tells the police that if he gets out on bail, he will be back there and he will kill her next time.

There is only property crimes and a VPO violation in that case that I can file. I asked for a 700,000 bond if he wants out and am going to try my best to send his ass to prison because I think he is a significant danger to society in the future.

I absolutely agree that prison should be more about rehabilitation that simple holding on to them until they get out. Furthermore, in your average low-level property crimes, what you are describing is mostly how it goes down. In a certain sense, citizens have some control over how crimes are prosecuted in their county (well, their judicial district) by the DA they elect.
 

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I agree with much of what you said, but it is definitely a balancing act.

Driving those repeat, sometimes, high property damage/financial damage, offenders to the point of violence without ever incarcerating them along the way until violence, is going to increase your victims immensely and the damage that that has been done.

Also, depending on the case, a first time property/non-violent crime could really be justified for jail. For instance, one I recently filed. Ex-husband with a VPO against him goes on a property damage rampage in his car....multiple victims with no injuries until he makes it to his ex-wife's house. There he, at a high rate of speed, rams her unoccupied car, slams into her house, and into a tree in her front yard. When he is arrested, he tells the police that if he gets out on bail, he will be back there and he will kill her next time.

There is only property crimes and a VPO violation in that case that I can file. I asked for a 700,000 bond if he wants out and am going to try my best to send his ass to prison because I think he is a significant danger to society in the future.

I absolutely agree that prison should be more about rehabilitation that simple holding on to them until they get out. Furthermore, in your average low-level property crimes, what you are describing is mostly how it goes down. In a certain sense, citizens have some control over how crimes are prosecuted in their county (well, their judicial district) by the DA they elect.
Throw the book at the douche. That’s the jackass that should be taken at his word.