It looks like the incredibly long, complicated Kiplyn Davis case has wrapped up — with the caveat, of course, that her body hasn’t been recovered. Over six years, five defendants faced various charges in her disappearance ranging from perjury to murder. One pleaded guilty to manslaughter in February. Now, another has pleaded guilty to two additional charges of perjury and was sentenced to probation by agreement of both prosecution, defense and Kiplyn’s dad. This guy wasn’t involved in the presumed murder, and according to all he’s cleaned up his life over the past few years.
In Washington state, a suspect was convicted on his second trial of murdering Robert James Wykel, who’s been missing since 1996. No sentencing date has been set.