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The last suspect in a Lubbock murder case pleas in court Thursday


The last murder suspect in the Yellow-house Canyon murder pleaded guilty Thursday morning.

Thamar Snyder was sentenced to five years in prison and will be eligible for parole after half of the sentence is served.

The remains of 17-year old Bernard Wilson were found in the Yellow-house Canyon in December of 2005. His body was identified two years later.

23-year-old Carnell Littlejohn, 22-year-old Joe Ragan, and 43-year-old Wanda Wilson pled guilty to murder in February.

As part of a plea dea, Littlejohn and Ragan were sentenced to 10 years in prison. Wilson was sentenced to five years.

They must serve half their sentence before they are eligible for parole.

Leslie Evans and Keyairra Brown are both serving prison terms for their role's in Wilson's murder.

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