Bond set at $1 million in Renegade Mountain quadruple murder case
CROSSVILLE, TN (AP) - A Tennessee judge has set bond at $1 million for one of the people charged in four slayings on Renegade Mountain last year.
WVLT-TV in Knoxville reports that the bond was set Thursday for 25-year-old Lina Yvonn Moser during a brief court appearance in Crossville.
The same judge also denied motions by co-defendant 26-year-old Jacob Bennett to dismiss the indictment and rule out the possibility of the death penalty in the case.
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The pair stands accused of trying to rob Dominic Davis and Rikki Jacobsen during a marijuana deal. Authorities say they ended up killing Davis, Jacobsen, Stephen Presley and Jonathan Lajeunesse.
Bennett and Moser are charged with four felony murder counts and two attempted aggravated robbery charges. Bennett is accused of being the gunman.
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