Investigation continues on the Jackson murder case
Marion County Sheriff’s office is continuing its investigation on the Seath Jackson murder case. Sheriff’s Office Spokesman Judge Cochran says right now, authorities are looking for evidence.
“Right now, concerning the first degree murder of Seath Jackson, the Marion County Sheriff’s Office Detective’s Unit is continuing to look for the next clue or continuing to talk to witnesses and or possible suspects involved in this particular case,” Cochran said.
Seath Jackson was murdered Sunday. Six suspects have been arrested; one has been arrested under charges of accessory after the fact to first degree murder. Five were arrested under charges of first degree murder.
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