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Memorial planned for murdered teen while Marion County residents remain in shock


A memorial service is planned for tomorrow for 15 year old Seath Jackson, the victim of a first degree murder that took place last Sunday. The service is scheduled for 4 p.m at the First Baptist Church of Summerfield. Meanwhile Marion County Investigators are still searching for evidence in the teen’s death. As Dan Katz reports, the murder has been difficult on the Marion County Community.

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