Tulsa County judge sentences 16-year-old Noah Ney to more than 50 years in prison
The charges include carrying a weapon, shooting someone with intent to kill and drug possession.
Involved in criminal activities since middle school
A Tulsa County judge sentenced 16-year-old Noah Ney to more than 50 years in prison.
This decision, made on October 23, addressed each of the ten charges against Ney. Possession of a firearm, shooting with intent to kill and possession of drugs are among these crimes.
Who is Noah Ney
Noah Ney is 16 years old. All ten charges against him resulted in sentencing. This included crimes such as carrying a weapon, shooting someone with intent to kill, and drug possession.
Despite his age, Noah Ney was tried as an adult and sentenced to an adult sentence in 2022 for the shooting. Although the court found that he could distinguish right from wrong, he showed signs of resistance to therapy.
Ney, who stands 4 feet 9 inches tall, was locked up Monday after a daring escape from a juvenile detention center in Tulsa two months ago. While escaping, he attacked the guards, filling his cell with water and spraying feces all over the walls. The Tulsa County assistant district attorney emphasized: “I have treatment records in a package thicker than a dictionary, showing treatment attempts. He was rejected by running away from or attacking staff who were there to assist him.”
Ney has been involved in criminal activities since middle school. His shooting of a five-year-old girl in April 2014 was cited in court as his introduction to the local Hoover Crips gang. Three days after he escaped from the Tulsa County Juvenile Justice Center over a fence, Ney was arrested again in an incident. dramatic fashion.
At the time of the incident, the little boy was playing at his house when Ney drove past the house on North Rockford Avenue in a stolen car. He shot him in the shoulder and neck.