Two plead not guilty in deputy’s homicide

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Two Claiborne Parish men indicted in the death of a Webster Parish Sheriff’s deputy have entered a plea of not guilty to second-degree murder.

Jermaine Johnson, 35, and Andrew Critton, 40, both of Homer, have trial dates set for Oct. 24.

The two were indicted by a Claiborne Parish Grand Jury last week in the death of Sulyn Prince, a master control operator for the Webster Parish Sheriff’s Office.

In January, her remains were found in a shallow grave just hours after she was reported missing. By the next morning, Johnson had been arrested in connection with the case. Critton was arrested March 1.

Prince was well liked by her coworkers and friends.

Johnson is a Tier 3 registered sex offender.


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