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Harrison graduate, Ft. Polk soldier pleads guilty to killing wife in October 2018

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Harrison graduate, Ft. Polk soldier pleads guilty to killing wife in October 2018A Harrison High school graduate is in jail after pleading guilty to murder.
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Harrison graduate, Ft. Polk soldier pleads guilty to killing wife in October 2018

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3 a harrison high school graduate is in jail this morning after pleading guilty to murder.22-year-old logan kyle admitted to killing his wife shelena kyle who is also a harrison grad and their unborn son back in october of 20-18.as news 18 previously told you, both were members of the 3rd brigade combat team at fort polk military base in louisiana.according to court documents obtained by cbs affiliate k-a-l-b, logan strangled shelena in the bathtub at their home.the documents say he then wrapped her body in a sheet and put her in the trunk of a car.

Logan drove to the house of his girlfriend sarah paker's father.she lived there with her two young kids.the couple moved shelena's body to parker's car and the next day tried to get rid of it.as news 18 reported at the time, the (kal-cuh-shoe) parish sheriff's office was tipped off.deputies pulled them over, arrested them and found shelena's body in the car.the coroner said she died from drowning following a suffocation.

3 sarah parker is in the calcasieu sherff's prison.she faces counts of failure to report a homicide and obstucti of justice.logan kyle is confined for life for murder.he has the possibility of parole.he was dishonorably discharged




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