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Oklahoma DHS Worker Sentenced In The Death of A Special Needs Teen

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A DHS worker is sentenced following the 2013 death of a special needs teen. A DHS worker is sentenced following the 2013 death of a special needs teen.

A DHS worker is sentenced following the 2013 death of special needs teenager Quinten Wood.

Paul Myers will serve one year for computer fraud and two for neglect, but the sentences run concurrently.

Quinten's sister believes Myers, a second DHS worker and her father all bear some responsibility for his death.

Back in January 2014, Valerie Wood-Harber, Ouinten's sister, passed along thousands of signature to Governor Fallin, pleading for an investigation into the death of her 15-year-old brother.

3/17/14 Related Story: Father, DHS Employees Facing Charges In Quinten Wood Death

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