Second Guilty Plea In Fleming County Double Murder

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Updated: 9/19/2012 9:57 pm
A second suspect has pleaded guilty in connection to a 2005 double murder in Fleming County.

According to court documents, Jason Jackson pleaded guilty in connection with the deaths of Donald Walker and Marlene Mauk.

Jackson faces life in prison without the possibility of parole.

He is scheduled to be sentenced December 14, 2012.

Earlier this week, defendant Rodney Dodson pleaded guilty in the case.

Both Jackson and Dodson have agreed to testify against the third defendant in the case, Ronald Fairchild, according to officials.
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