Laurel woman enters not guilty pleas for charges in quadruple murder case
Jason Jones' wife has pleaded not guilty on all three of the charges that she faces in connection to last August's quadruple homicide that happened in Laurel.
LAUREL, Neb. -- About nine months after a quadruple homicide, the wife of Jason Jones has pleaded not guilty on all three of the charges that she faces in connection to the murder case.
Going into her hearing, Carrie Jones was looking at charges for the first-degree murder of Gene Twiford, tampering with evidence, and accessory to a felony.
On May 12, Jones entered pleas of not guilty for all three charges.
Jones' pre-trial has been set for July 24 at 10:30 a.m.
The pleas come a week after the judge rejected to dismiss the charges that were brought against Jones.
Jones remains in custody with a $1 million bond in Antelope County.
Jason Jones is being held without bail in the Nebraska prison and is still receiving medical treatment.