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Michael Richardson was seventeen years old when he was hired by his girlfriend and his girlfriends mother to kill her husband. According to court documents Michael Richardson would be paid $6000 to murder the victim. Michael Richardson girlfriend Michelle Burney and her mother Patricia Burney would pick up the teen killer and he would hide in a barn armed with a rifle. When the victim came out of the home he was fatally shot. Michael Richardson would be sentenced to twenty eight years in prison. Michelle Burney would be sentenced to juvenile detention and Patricia Burney would be sentenced to life in prison.

Michael Richardson 2020 Information

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Gender: Male

Race: White

Height: 5 ft 7 in

Weight: 130 lbs

Hair Color: Blond

Eye Color: Blue



OK DOC#: 660639

Birth Date: 3/11/1993


Current Facility: LAWTON CORRECTIONAL FACILITY, LAWTO

Reception Date: 7/19/2012

Patricia Burney 2020 Information

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Gender: Female

Race: White

Height: 5 ft 4 in

Weight: 180 lbs

Hair Color: Gray

Eye Color: Green


Alias: Patricia L. LovellAlias: Patricia ManerAlias: Patricia Meeks


OK DOC#: 654046Birth Date: 9/28/1959


Current Facility: MABEL BASSETT CORRECTIONAL CENTER, MCLOU

Reception Date: 4/25/2012

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An Oklahoma City teen entered a guilty plea Monday in a Wagoner County murder-for-hire scheme. Michael Richardson was sentenced to 28 years in prison on a charge of second degree murder in the death of his girlfriend’s father, Arthur Burney.

Burney, 53, was shot in the head on February 18, 2011. His body was found in his barn near Coweta.

According to court records, Michael Richardson said his girlfriend Michelle and her mother Patricia paid him $6,000 to kill Burney. The victim’s wife, Patricia Burney, was sentenced to life in prison in April for hiring Richardson to kill her husband.

4/23/2012 Related Story: Coweta Woman Ordered To Prison For Rest Of Her Life

Family members told News On 6 Patricia Burney wanted the life insurance money, and that Michelle Burney had been arguing with her father.

2/18/2012 Related Story: Coweta Family Remembers Father’s Murder One Year Ago

According to court records, the mother and daughter picked Richardson up in Oklahoma City and drove him to Coweta where he hid in the barn with a rifle. After Richardson shot Burney, the trio went to a Tulsa shopping mall, the affidavit states.

Patricia Burney is appealing her sentence. Michelle Burney pleaded guilty in juvenile court and testified in her mother’s trial.

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Michael Richardson More News

An Oklahoma City teen entered a guilty plea Monday in a Wagoner County murder-for-hire scheme. Michael Richardson was sentenced to 28 years in prison on a charge of second degree murder in the death of his girlfriend’s father, Arthur Burney.

Burney, 53, was shot in the head on February 18, 2011. His body was found in his barn near Coweta.

According to court records, Michael Richardson said his girlfriend Michelle and her mother Patricia paid him $6,000 to kill Burney. The victim’s wife, Patricia Burney, was sentenced to life in prison in April for hiring Richardson to kill her husband.

4/23/2012 Related Story: Coweta Woman Ordered To Prison For Rest Of Her Life

Family members told News On 6 Patricia Burney wanted the life insurance money, and that Michelle Burney had been arguing with her father.

2/18/2012 Related Story: Coweta Family Remembers Father’s Murder One Year Ago

According to court records, the mother and daughter picked Richardson up in Oklahoma City and drove him to Coweta where he hid in the barn with a rifle. After Richardson shot Burney, the trio went to a Tulsa shopping mall, the affidavit states.

Patricia Burney is appealing her sentence. Michelle Burney pleaded guilty in juvenile court and testified in her mother’s trial.

https://www.news9.com/story/18761019/okc-teen-sentenced-in-coweta-mans-murder-for-hire

A Coweta woman was sentenced Monday to life in prison without parole possible in the slaying of her husband last year.

In doling out the term, District Judge Darrell Shepherd followed the recommendation of a jury, which on March 6 convicted Patricia Burney, 52, of first-degree murder in the death of Arthur Burney, 53, whose body was found Feb. 18, 2011, in a barn at his Coweta home.

The Burneys’ daughter, Michelle Burney, 15, and her boyfriend, Michael Richardson, 19, also were charged with first-degree murder.

Michelle Burney initially was charged as an adult, but the case was dismissed and refiled in juvenile court last summer.

She pleaded guilty to the murder charge and was placed in the custody of the Office of Juvenile Affairs, Assistant District Attorney Jack Thorp said last year.

Richardson’s next court date is scheduled for May 21.

At a preliminary hearing in June, he testified that he fatally shot Arthur Burney and that Patricia Burney gave him the rifle he used to do so.

Richardson also testified that Patricia and Michelle Burney drove him from Oklahoma City and offered him as much as $6,000 to kill Arthur Burney.

He testified that after Patricia Burney handed him the rifle, she told her daughter to take him out back for some practice shots.

He said he then waited in a tack room in the barn and shot Arthur Burney.

Patricia Burney later promised him the entire $6,000 for the slaying, but he never collected the money, he told the court.

Michelle Burney testified that her mother wanted to kill Arthur Burney because he was verbally abusive and was “always mean to my mom.” She said her mother “wanted him dead.”

https://www.tulsaworld.com/news/state-and-regional/coweta-woman-formally-sentenced-to-life-in-prison-without-parole/article_b6fd4e9a-de9c-50a4-b8a0-4d63fdaae280.html

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