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Two Men Plead Guilty in the Fatal Shooting of Vicksburg Teen

VICKSBURG, Miss.- Two men pleaded guilty to their involvement in the fatal shooting of a Vicksburg High School Student Tuesday.

Prosecutors told The Vicksburg Post that Christopher Jones, 19, was sentenced this past week to five years in prison for accessory after the fact to second-degree murder.

Devontae Montgomery has also pleaded guilty to accessory after the fact and will be sentenced Friday by Warren County Circuit Judge M. James Chaney.

Five other people have been charged in the case.

Police said 17-year-old KeMarvin Stamps, was shot in the head and killed March 15, 2013 while he was walking on the street with another teen. All seven teens accused in the killing of Stamps were riding in the same Dodge truck where the gunshot came from.

Warren County investigators said the teens claimed they did not know Stamps.

The case is still open for the five other teens accused in Stamps murder.

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