Crime

July 7, 2014 4:13 PM

Americus man pleads guilty in 2011 slayings; sentenced to life

An Americus man charged with strangling and stabbing a Chattahoochee County couple and setting their house on fire was sentenced to life Monday after he pleaded guilty to their murders, a defense attorney said.

Related content

Comments

Videos

More Videos

Video: Local baseball coach dies after wreck on Buena Vista Road 01:00

Video: Local baseball coach dies after wreck on Buena Vista Road

Surveillance Video:Opelika police release video, photos of suspect accused of using stolen card 00:09

Surveillance Video:Opelika police release video, photos of suspect accused of using stolen card

Raw Video: Police release video of suspect in Monday hit-and-run that killed Carver High baseball coach 00:08

Raw Video: Police release video of suspect in Monday hit-and-run that killed Carver High baseball coach

Sister of David Pollard honors him through song 03:10

Sister of David Pollard honors him through song

Adrienne Pollard urges young people to make the most of their lives 02:21

Adrienne Pollard urges young people to make the most of their lives

Police today are more judicious in continuing high-speed pursuits 02:45

Police today are more judicious in continuing high-speed pursuits

Video: Jury finds Reginald Jackson not guilty in homicide of Dior Cheney 00:40

Video: Jury finds Reginald Jackson not guilty in homicide of Dior Cheney

Share Video

Editor's Choice Videos