Shooting suspect sentenced to prison

February 17, 2021 | Courts|Featured

NEWKIRK — Enrique Alberto Zazueta, 35, recently entered no contest pleas in Kay County District Court to felony charges of shooting with intent to kill, possession of a firearm, conspiracy, bail jumping, endangering others while eluding, throwing or dropping object on motor vehicle, running a roadblock and attempting to injure a public building.

All of the charges were filed in 2019 between March 14 and June 28.

In the shooting case, Zazueta is now convicted of shooting Dylan Trent Washington on May 21 in the 1000 block of N. Osage.

Washington was found shot on May 21, 2019 by an UPS driver. He was transported to a hospital in Oklahoma city where he was treated and released.

Zazueta was sentenced to 40 years in prison with all but 10 years suspended. He was also sentenced to one-year in the county jail. In 2004 Zazueta was convicted on a robbery charge and given a 10-year-suspended sentence. That sentence was revoked. Zazueta was booked in the Oklahoma State Reformatory in Granite.

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