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JAY, Okla. — A Kansas, Okla., man accused of giving his sick wife a fatal dose of methamphetamine has received a 10-year prison sentence.

Court records indicate Charley S. Guess pleaded no contest Friday to a reduced charge of first-degree manslaughter in the death of 35-year-old Gidget Guess. A judge sentenced him to life in prison but suspended all but 10 years.

According to The Oklahoman (, an autopsy report indicated Gidget Guess died Dec. 29, 2009, from atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease exacerbated by methamphetamine.

Charley Guess was locked up on a meth charge in Delaware County when he allegedly told a fellow inmate he figured his wife would die if she used meth.


Charley Guess’ attorney, Al Hoch, didn’t immediately return a message left after hours seeking comment.



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