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Teen to be sentenced in Kingston Frazier murder

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District Attorney Michael Guest has confirmed that one of the men in the Kingston Frazier murder case is set to be sentenced today.

Over a year ago the lifeless body of 6-year-old Kingston Frazier was found in the back of his mother’s stolen car over a year ago. Then, 19-year-old Byron McBride, D’wan Wakefield, and D’Allen Washington, who were both 17 at the time, were arrested after Frazier’s death.

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McBride is the accused shooter and could ultimately face the death penalty. While Wakefield and McBride are both set for trial in October, Washington is set to be sentenced Monday, 7-23-18.

Washington entered a guilty plea back in early February of 2018 for accessory after the fact to kidnapping and said that he will testify against both McBride and Wakefield.

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