Ponca City man sentenced to 25 years in shooting case

January 6, 2022 | Courts

NEWKIRK — Michael Jeffrey Hogue, 40, Ponca City, entered guilty pleas in Kay County District Court to felony counts of assault and battery with a deadly weapon and possession of a firearm after a felony conviction.

Hogue was charged on May 27, 2020 after Ponca City police reported he was the suspect accused of shooting Christopher Wilcoxson in the shoulder on March 10 at a residence in the 1600 block of Hathaway. 

Wilcoxson reportedly told police that Hogue “barged into the house” and got into an argument with another subject over a female. As Hogue was leaving, Wilcoxson told police he looked at Hogue and told him it was the female’s choice. Hogue then reportedly pointed the gun at Wilcoxson and fired. (see story)

Hogue is sentenced to 25 years in prison with all but 68 months suspended. He is also ordered to complete meth offender registration and fined $25,000 with $23,000 suspended.

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