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Statements To Police Will Be Allowed In Prairie Grove Murder Case

Posted: January 13, 2014 at 5 a.m.

FILE PHOTO JASON IVESTER 
Heather Swain is led into the courtroom Jan. 30 at the Washington County jail in Fayetteville for arraignment. Swain’s capital murder trial is scheduled to begin this morning.
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FILE PHOTO JASON IVESTER Heather Swain is led into the courtroom Jan. 30 at the Washington County jail in Fayetteville for arraignment. Swain’s capital murder trial is scheduled to begin this morning.

A judge has ruled statements made to police can be used at the trial of a woman charged with being an accomplice to capital murder and kidnapping in the December 2012 death of Ronnie Lee Bradley outside Prairie Grove.

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