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tirerack.com coupon code MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – Macon Judicial Circuit District Attorney David Cooke is seeking the death penalty against a woman accused of killing her co-worker last October.
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ivan the terrible cracked Michael Kelly was charged last week with aggravated sodomy for allegedly sexually assaulting the victim. 41NBC asked Cooke what sentence he is seeking for the other suspects. He said as for Michael Kelly, he expects him to plead guilty to the charges against him on Monday. He also is set to testify against Jones. If he meets all of these conditions, he can avoid the death penalty and be sentenced to life without parole.
crack family todas sus canciones There is still no word on what sentence Cooke is seeking for the other suspects.
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