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Man found guilty of killing his grandmother
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Man found guilty of killing his grandmother

Man found guilty of killing his grandmother
Brandon Capps

Man found guilty of killing his grandmother

A jury found a Bartlesville man guilty of the October 2012 death of his grandmother.

Washington County court records show the jury recommended a life sentence for 21-year-old Brandon Capps on Thursday.

He was also found guilty of unlawful receipt of proceeds, petty larceny, unauthorized use of a vehicle, possession of a controlled substance, and driving without a license.

Court records show the jury recommended 30 months for each of those charges.

His defense team had argued the death of 81-year-old Clara Hammer was an accident.

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