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Wife Pleads Guilty in Death of Utility Worker

CLARKE COUNTY, Miss. — A Clark County woman will go to jail for two years  for her role in the death of a utility worker who was killed after shutting off the power to her home. The cut-off was because the electricity bill had not been paid. 

JoAnn Davis pleaded guilty to accessory in the 2012 death of Nathan Baker.  She was sentenced Wednesday to 15 years in prison, with 13 suspended, and five years probation.

Davis’ husband, Keith Davis, was found guilty of murder in Backer’s death last year.  He is serving a life sentence.  

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