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Four people accused of trying to kill a man in Forest County plead not guilty todaySubmitted: 05/13/2014

Kaitlyn Howe
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khowe@wjfw.com


FOREST COUNTY - Prosecutors accuse four people of trying to kill a man in Forest County. They all pled not guilty today in court.

Samantha McClellan, Justin Bey, Raymond Jones and April Jones are accused of leaving a man to die in the woods in March.


Samantha McClellan will be back in court on June 3. Justin Bey, as well as Raymond and April Jones will be in court July 28th.

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