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12.15.06

25 Years for Murder Conspirator Chacon

25 years in prison-- that's the sentence a jury handed down for one of the conspiraters in the muder of Dustin Pool.

Chacon is one of several people charged with the murder of 26-year-old Dustin Pool in what prosecutors say was a deadly feud between rival drug cartels.

Dustin Pool went missing in 2003. His body was later found buried in concrete at a rural Randall County grain silo. 
  

Prosecutors say Chacon was one of the members of a rival drug cartel who plotted to kill Pool. 

Trial Begins for Conspirator in Grain Elevator Murder
The trial of a man accused of helping to kill and bury a man is underway in Randall County. Frank Chacon is charged in connection with the March 2003 Capitol Murder of Dustin Pool. Pool's body was found buried in concrete in an abandoned grain elevator just outside Amarillo. Chacon has...
Last Modified 12/05/2006 04:53:14 PM

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