Plea Agreements Accepted In Danny Poore Murder Case
According to reports, a Pulaski County Circuit Judge accepted a plea agreement on Thursday, June 16th to resolve the Danny Poore murder
case in which 45 year old Rexall and 26 year old Jesse Brown were jointly charged, but the judge has also reserved the right to change his mind before the defendants are formally sentenced July 21st.

A Pulaski County grand jury indicted both Brown’s with murder and first-degree robbery in March in connection with the October 2015 shooting death of Poore. They had also been indicted as convicted felons in possession of a handgun and first-degree persistent felony offenders.

The plea offers were reportedly made due to a conflict in witness statements. Rexal Brown would have to serve 85 percent of his sentence with manslaughter considered a violent Class B felony. Jesse Brown only has to serve 20 percent for the firearm possession charge and may not receive parole.

Rexal Brown is lodged at LaGrange and Jesse Brown remains incarcerated at the Pulaski County Detention Center.

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