Suspect pleads guilty to avoid death penalty in Midwest City murder for hire

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MIDWEST CITY, Okla. — NewsChannel 4 is learning tonight that a man accused in a Midwest City murder for hire case has pleaded guilty.

It was back in January of 2012 that police found 23-year-old Jessica Brown shot and killed inside her Midwest City home.
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Within a month investigators arrested her estranged husband, 24-year old Fabion Brown, and his girlfriend 23-year old Emily Matheson on two counts of conspiracy to commit murder. That story can be seen here:

Police allege they hired 19-year-old Brodric Glover to murder Jessica Brown.

In court today Broderic Glover pleaded guilty to avoid the death penalty. He received sentences of life in prison without possibility of parole.

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