Not related. Found two items about an older Warren Guyton in west Texas from the newspaperarchive.com site.
Pampa News Post
September 6, 1931
State to Ask Death Penalty for Pryor
The death penalty will be asked for CLARENCE PRYOR, charged with murder, when he comes to trial in 31st district court at Wheeler tomorrow, district attorney RAYMOND ALLRED said last night. Pryor is charged with shooting his father-in-law, Dr. WARREN GUYTON, on the streets of Shamrock. Judge W. R. EWING will preside. Dr. Guyton was 70 years old. He was shot at a filling station in Shamrock. The law firm of Reynolds and Heare of Shamrock will present Mr. Pryor. Judge Newton P. Willis of Pampa has been engaged by relatives to assist in the district attorney in the prosecution.
April 7, 1932
Crane County Case Reversed by Criminal Appeals Court
Austin, April 6; The court of criminal appeals… affirmed a sentence of 15 years imposed on CLARENCE PRYOR of Wheeler County for the slaying of his father-in-law, WARREN GUYTON Sr.