The Court of Criminal Appeals asserted the guilty decision reached by a Kay County jury in the case against former Kay County Commissioner Dee Schieber.
On March 6, A Payne County District Judge sentenced former Kay County Commissioner Dee Schieber to nine months in the Kay County Detention Center and must pay $45,208 in restitution.
On Feb. 14, 2020, Schieber was found guilty on six of the seven misdemeanor charges of willful violation of law regulating official conduct. Schieber was found not guilty on the seventh count. The jury then recommended six months in the county jail on five of the six counts, and nine months in jail on the other count.
Schieber’s attorney Jarrod Stevenson then filed an appeal and Schieber was released on a $10,000 appeal bond.
On Thursday, September 16, 2021, the Court of Criminal Appeals affirmed the judgement and sentence of the trial court. Schieber was booked into the county jail on Monday.