Crime Grandmother charged in Pike County massacre case agrees to plea deal

23:20  02 december  2019
23:20  02 december  2019 Source:   wlwt.com

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Rita Newcomb has agreed to a plea deal in connection with the 2016 Pike County massacre.

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Newcomb, 66, will be found guilty of obstructing justice in connection with the case, a misdemeanor.

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All other charges have been dropped.

She was initially charged with forgery, perjury and obstructing justice.

The charges are linked to the execution-style slayings of eight members of the Rhoden family in Pike County in 2016.

Newcomb is the mother of murder suspect Angela Wagner and grandmother of two more suspects, George and Jake Wagner. Angela's husband, Billy Wagner, is also charged with murder.

Newcomb is accused of forging custody documents for the baby of Jake Wagner and one of the victims, Hannah Mae Rhoden.

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