WEWOKA — A Seminole County teenager charged with the 2004 murder of a popular Konawa butcher will be sentenced Wednesday morning after pleading guilty in November to the crime.

Sonny Jase Collinsworth, 19, Konawa, pleaded guilty Nov. 15 to murder in the first degree and robbery with a firearm for the Aug. 19, 2004 fatal shooting of 61-year-old Silas Price Jr, also known as "Junior."

Price, was found dead inside his home of multiple gunshot wounds to the face and chest, according to court documents.

Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation special agent Gary Perkinson said in an affidavit Price's wounds were consistent with those of a 12-gauge shotgun.

In April, Assistant District Attorney Tim Olsen filed a Bill of Particulars outlining the aggravating circumstances in this case qualifying Collinsworth for the death penalty.

Collinsworth’s sentencing is scheduled Jan. 4 at 9 a.m. (Following publication of today's newspaper, Collinsworth sentencing has been postponed. Details will be published in Wednesday's edition of the Ada Evening News)