Lonoke verdict:: Guilty and guilty | Arkansas Blog

Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Lonoke verdict:: Guilty and guilty

Posted By on Tue, Apr 17, 2007 at 12:49 PM

A Lonoke circuit court jury has convicted former Lonoke Police Jay Campbell and his wife Kelly of multiple charges in an alleged criminal conspiracy to obtain sex, drugs and money. A number of the charges stemmed from misuse of state prison inmates assigned to the Lonoke jail in a work program.

The Leader in Jacksonville, where you can get a full report tomorrow, informs us that Kelly Campbell was found guilty on 26 charges and not guilty on five; Jay Campbell was found guilty on 23 counts and not guilty on six. ALSO: He was found guilty of criminal enterprise; she was not, according to my report from the Leader.

The jury deliberated on sentencing into the early evening.

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