Second suspect in Cumberland slayings pleads guilty

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INDIANAPOLIS – A man pleaded guilty Friday in connection with the Dec. 2011 murders of a 7-year-old girl and her uncle in Cumberland.

Jeremy Priel agreed to plead guilty to two counts of murder in the killings of Kyleigh and Jeremy Crane. In exchange for the guilty plea, Priel agreed to 110-year sentence for the crime. Sentencing is scheduled for July 26.

In April, co-defendant Michael Bell pleaded guilty to two counts of murder. He’s expected to be sentenced to 100 years during a hearing in August. Prosecutors filed requests for life sentences without parole for both Priel and Bell in 2012.

Investigators believe the suspects killed the victims over a PlayStation 3 video game system.

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