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Jackson case concludes

Posted: Tuesday, February 5, 2013 10:43 am

PADUCAH, Ky. – After a few tense moments Monday, the case of Murray State University basketball player Zay Jackson reached a conclusion in a Paducah courtroom.

Judge Craig Clymer accepted a guilty plea from Jackson on charges of one count assault 2nd degree and one count wanton endangerment 1st degree for Jackson’s alleged role in a Sept. 9 incident on the parking lot of the Murray Walmart, where he allegedly struck two people with his car. Clymer, McCracken Circuit judge, then sentenced Jackson according to the terms of the agreement: five years, 60 days to serve in jail, with three years of probation, meaning if Jackson commits another offense, his jail time could go up to five years.

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