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Woman Sentenced To Prison For Killing Tulsa Teacher In DUI Wreck

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Marquitta Littlebear was sentenced to 54-years in prison. Marquitta Littlebear was sentenced to 54-years in prison.
Littlebear hit Susan Mamary, a fourth grade teacher at Marquette Catholic School in Tulsa. Littlebear hit Susan Mamary, a fourth grade teacher at Marquette Catholic School in Tulsa.
TULSA, Oklahoma -

A judge sentences a woman to 54-years in prison for a DUI wreck that killed a Tulsa teacher. A jury found Marquitta Littlebear guilty of second degree murder last month.

11/5/2012 Related Story: Woman Arrested For Hit-And-Run Crash That Killed Tulsa Teacher In February

She was under the influence of alcohol, marijuana and cocaine at the time of the hit-and-run wreck in February of 2012.

She also had two children with her at the time of the crash.

Littlebear hit Susan Mamary, a fourth grade teacher at Marquette Catholic School in Tulsa.

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