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Oakley sentenced to 15 years in prison in death of stepmother

A judge has sentenced a teenager accused of killing her stepmother was sentenced as an adult Wednesday.

Teen sentenced for role in stepmother’s murder

Boyle County teenager sentenced as a juvenile in connection to her stepmother's murder.

Boyle Co. teen apologizes in court; Sentencing delayed

Jenna Oakley did not hear her fate in court on Friday as expected.

Jenna Oakley to face sentence in stepmother’s killing

In Boyle County, Jenna Oakley's sentencing hearing is scheduled for 9 o'clock Friday morning.

Father not happy with plea deal in wife’s murder case

DANVILLE, Ky. (WTVQ) - Rhonda Oakley's pictures paint the walls inside her husband Phillip's home. His daughter, Jenna Oakley, pleaded guilty Monday to manslaughter. "For...

UPDATE: Boyle County teen pleads guilty to manslaughter

According to the Boyle County Circuit Clerk, Jenna Oakley pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the death of 52-year-old Rhonda Oakley.

UPDATE: Danville Teen Pleads Not Guilty in Murder of Stepmother

A Danville teen accused in her step-mother's death, and later found after fleeing the state, was back in court on Tuesday.

Man accused in teen’s disappearance out of jail

A man is out of jail in New Mexico, days after a woman's death in Kentucky.

Boyle Co. teen missing after stepmother found dead

Kentucky State Police are looking for a missing teen following the death of her stepmother.

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