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    Lawrence Paul Anderson Arrested in 2021 OK Triple Slaying


    Andrea Blankenship


    Leon Pye and Kaeos Yates





    Why a Chickasha triple murder suspect got out of prison for past crimes after just 3 years

    By Clay Nolan
    The Oklahoman


    CCHICKASHA Convicted cocaine dealer Lawrence Paul Anderson was ordered back to prison in 2017 for 20 more years after being caught with a gun and using drugs.

    Anderson remains a threat to both society and himself, his probation and parole officer reported at the time.

    He got out Jan. 18, after a little more than three years behind bars.

    On Tuesday, he killed his uncle and a 4-year-old and attacked his aunt at their home in Chickasha, the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation reported.

    He since has admitted to also killing a neighbor, The Oklahoman has learned.

    Grady County District Attorney Jason Hicks is upset Anderson, 42, was out at all.

    This has to be addressed by the Legislature, sooner rather than later, because more people are going to get killed, the prosecutor said. Were seeing this all over the state. Repeat offenders go to prison. Theyre not there very long. And they come home and theyre committing crimes just like this.

    Anderson was released after Gov. Kevin Stitt commuted his sentence last June to nine years in prison, the interim secretary for public safety said

    The governor acted after being told Anderson was going to live in Texas with his daughter and work for his son-in-law in the oil field, the interim secretary, Jason Nelson, said. His plans for release were later changed to the home of his uncle and aunt in Chickasha.

    The Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board had recommended commutation 3-1, Nelson said. The records do not reflect any protest by the district attorney.

    Nelson promised Thursday to do a thorough deep dive to see if theres something that was missed, either policy or communication or whatever.

    Anderson was first sentenced to prison in Oklahoma in 2006 for four years for attacking his girlfriend, pointing a gun at her and possession of crack cocaine with the intent to distribute, records show. He was out in less than two years.

    He went back to prison in 2012 to serve a 15-year sentence for selling crack cocaine near an elementary school in Chickasha. He also was ordered to spend 20 years on probation after his release. He was out in less than five years and four months.

    He was sent back to prison in December 2017 to serve 20 more years when a judge both revoked his probation in full and sentenced him for new crimes.

    His probation violations included testing positive for PCP and cocaine use. His new crimes involved having a gun and sneaking PCP into jail.

    He should serve his whole sentence, prosecutors told the Pardon and Parole Board in a 2017 report.

    Hicks questioned Thursday if his office was even properly notified last year of Andersons commutation request.

    We're looking into that right now, he said.

    He also pointed out his office already had clearly said Anderson should serve the entire time.

    How many times do we have to object?" he said.

    I don't know why it is the parole board and everybody else thinks we ought to have to object to these things every step of the way. I mean we do our job and get them into prison. And then we tell them, This is somebody that's really bad and they need to stay there. But thats not good enough.

    We shouldnt have to do anything else to keep them in prison. We shouldnt have to do anything else.

    Police discovered the first two deaths Tuesday after responding to a 911 call to the home in Chickasha. Officers forced their way inside after hearing someone call for help, the OSBI reported.

    Pronounced dead at the scene were Leon W. Pye, 67, and Kaeos Yates, 4. Another victim of the attack, Delci Pye, was taken to the hospital for treatment of injuries, the OSBI reported. She had been stabbed in the eye, The Oklahoman was told Anderson also was taken to the hospital for treatment for self-inflicted injuries, The Oklahoman was told.

    https://oklahoman.com/article/568216...rison-sentence
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    This is sick...

    He Cooked the Heart with Potatoes: Man Accused of Heinous Triple Murder in Oklahoma

    By Matt Naham
    Law & Crime

    A convicted felon in Oklahoma who had recently been paroled is now accused of murdering a neighbor, cooking the victims heart, and then murdering his uncle and a 4-year-old girl at a home where he had been staying on Feb. 9.

    Lawrence Paul Anderson, 42, allegedly admitted that he murdered 41-year-old mother of two Andrea Lynn Blankenship in her home and cut out her heart to cook it and eat it. The Oklahoman, citing a quote from an Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation agents search warrant application, described a heinous crime: He took the heart back to 214 West Minnesota, Chickasha [] He cooked the heart with potatoes to feed to his family to release the demons.

    Anderson had been staying with his aunt Delsie Pye and uncle Leon Pye after he was released from prison on Jan. 18. Anderson is accused of killing his 67-year-old uncle and 4-year-old Kaeos Yates, described as the Pyes granddaughter. Kaeos was repotedly visiting her grandparents. The suspect allegedly stabbed his aunt as well.

    When authorities arrived at the scene, Leon Pye was already dead and Yates was gravely injured. She was pronounced dead soon afterwards in an ambulance. Delsie Pye reportedly suffered injuries to both of her eyes. She has since been released from a hospital. Anderson was allegedly observed throwing up into pillows at the scene. Its unclear at this time if the suspect had been using drugs prior to the killings.

    The Blankenship murder wasnt discovered until two days later. The suspect, while in a hospital, allegedly admitted that he broke into the victims home and cut her heart out.

    Grady County District Attorney Jason Hicks told The Oklahoman that he wants answers as to how convicted felon with a history of violence and drug use managed to be paroled several years early despite repeat offenses and objections from prosecutors. He said the state legislature needs to address this or more lives could be at risk.

    Andersons repeat incarceration history began in 2006, when he sentenced for possession of crack cocaine and for threatening his girlfriend with a gun. He reportedly served less than two years of a four-year sentence. Six years after he was first sentenced, Anderson was sentenced to 15 years for selling crack near an elementary school. Five years into that sentence in 2017, Anderson was released from prison again, but his sentence also included two decades of probation. According to the report, Anderson quickly violated parole by possessing a gun and using PCP and cocaine; he was imprisoned the same year to serve 20 years.

    Prosecutors said Anderson should serve the whole sentence, but Anderson requested a commutation and the Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board recommended that the sentence be reduced to nine years.

    Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt (R) commuted Andersons sentence in June 2020 under the belief, his office claimed, that Anderson would be moving out of the state. Per The Oklahoman:

    The governor acted after being told Anderson was going to live in Texas with his daughter and work for his son-in-law in the oil field, the interim secretary, Jason Nelson, said. His plans for release were later changed to the home of his uncle and aunt in Chickasha.

    In January 2021, Anderson was released after serving over three years in prison. Weeks later, he allegedly killed his uncle, stabbed his aunt, killed a little girl, and brutally murdered a neighbor. Andrea Blankenships family said they don't have any knowledge that their loved one knew her killer.

    A GoFundMe campaign for Blankenships memorial has raised more than $3,800 of a $4,500 goal at the time of this writing.

    My moms life was taken too early. She was murdered tuesday night alone with another family by a man who should never have been let out of prison early. This will provide relief towards her memorial, a message from Haylee Blankenship says.

    Charges have been delayed due to extreme weather. DA Hicks reportedly said that he expected charges would be filed on Tuesday and that the death penalty is on the table in this case.

    https://lawandcrime.com/crime/he-coo...r-in-oklahoma/
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    Well, this is one of the most disgusting cases I have ever seen in the last 2 years. Hopefully they send him to the gurney before Oklahoma becomes Virginia.

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    If he isn’t Oklahoma’s next death row inmate I don’t know who will? This is cannibalism. Oklahoma won’t become Virginia Julius.

    It’s dark red and will stay that way for many years. Virginia’s demographics have shifted so much since 2001. The northern Virginia vote controls the state.
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    This is the parole board and the governor's fault. They didn't care when they thought he was going to TX after he was commuted.

    This should be a wake up call that they need to be more cautious when granting parole or commuting prisoners.
    "I realize this may sound harsh, but as a father and former lawman, I really don't care if it's by lethal injection, by the electric chair, firing squad, hanging, the guillotine or being fed to the lions."
    - Oklahoma Rep. Mike Christian

    "There are some people who just do not deserve to live,"
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    "Men have called me mad; but the question is not yet settled, whether madness is or is not the loftiest intelligence"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil View Post
    If he isn’t Oklahoma’s next death row inmate I don’t know who will?
    It will probably be David Ware if his trial proceeds as currently scheduled since he is charged with killing a cop. I think they will take this case to trial late 2022 at the earliest.

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    The big question is, would he ever be executed. You’ve got to be severely mentally ill to eat a dead body and some states are banning the death penalty for the severely mentally ill
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