A second murder suspect in the shooting death of Joseph Angelo on April 5, 2017 has pled guilty in Logan County District Court and has been sentenced to life in prison with all but 20 years suspended.
Bracey Jashawn Perry, 25, of Midwest City was charged with first-degree murder in the April 2017 murder in Guthrie. Perry was charged along with Frederic Veasley, Reggie Smith and Derrick Smith in the shooting of Angelo who was shot 36 times that night. Perry had a fugitive warrant issued for him until they found him in Oklahoma County in May 2017.
Perry was scheduled for trial on Feb. 4 when the plea deal was accepted and the sentenced imposed by District Judge Phillip Corley. Perry will get credit for time served as he has been incarcerated since his 2017 arrest. Perry will have to also pay $2,112 in court costs and fines. Perry will also have court supervision for two years once released from the Department of Corrections (DOC) facility. Perry was remanded back to the sheriff until he can be placed with the DOC.
Veasley had previously pled guilty in 2018 to accessory to a felony to murder in the first degree and was sentenced to 12 years in prison. Veasley was originally charged with first-degree murder before the plea deal.
Derrick and Reggie Smith are scheduled for trial May 13-17 in front of Judge Duel on their alleged murder charges starting at 9 a.m.