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Kentucky double murder suspect dies of COVID complications

Kentucky double murder suspect dies of COVID complications
A Kentucky man charged with murdering two people in 2016 died from coronavirus complications Monday afternoon, just days before his next scheduled court appearance in the slow-moving case. Craig Pennington, who was being held at the Marion County Detention Center, was accused of killing the couple who owned his rental cabin in the rural town of Springfield.

Craig Pennington, who was being held at the Marion County Detention Center, was accused of killing the couple who owned his rental cabin in the rural town of Springfield.11, said Marion County Detention Center Chief of Security Irvin Mann.Craig Pennington 52, of Springfield, is facing two counts of murder in connection with Bobby Jones, 38, and Crystal Warner, 35, disappearance.The victims, 38-year-old Robert “Bobby” Jones and 35-year-old Crystal Warner, went missing July 3, 2016, and their bodies were later found in different parts of the state.

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