Second of three accused Huddle House assailants accepts guilty plea
Wednesday, May 15, 2013 at 5:00 am (Updated: May 15, 5:01 am)
By Jennifer Corbett
Landmark News Service
Five days before Deandre L. Douglas was set to go on trial, the accused leader of the Bardstown Money Gang accepted a plea deal offered by prosecutors.
Douglas, 20, of Lebanon agreed to plead guilty on three pending cases Wednesday and settled before he was set to go to jury trial Monday, May 13.
He is the second of three suspected gang members to plead guilty to the assault of a New Haven man in the parking lot of Huddle House in late November.
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