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Police Arrest Three After November Homicide

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Updated: 12/28/2011 11:52 pm
State police say three people have been arrested, one month after a body was found by a road in Boyle County.

The body of Michael Dale Begley, Junior was found along Taylor Road on November 25th. He was 27.

On Wednesday, police arrested 24-year-old Jordan White. He's accused of reckless homicide and tampering with physical evidence.

Gina Priest, 31, and Melissa Luna, 28, are both charged with tampering with physical evidence. Police have not described what happened to cause Begley's death.
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