LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - A woman suspected of killing two men and burying them at her home has changed her plea to guilty.
The Saline County Prosecutor's Office says Marissa Wright pleaded guilty to two counts of first degree murder and given two life sentences. It was not specified in court whether she'll be eligible for parole.
A second suspect, Jay Beeson Jr. pleaded not guilty Nov. 2011 to one count of capital murder and one count of kidnapping in the death of Randal Anderson of Mablevale.
A third suspect involved, Myra Terry is charged hindering apprehension during the investigation of a missing person and homicide of Joe Lee Richards from Oct. 8, 2010 to date, as well as abuse of a corpse and tampering with evidence.
The bodies of Randall Anderson and Richards were found buried in the backyard of a Traskwood home owned by Wright in early October 2011.
Richards had been missing since Oct. 8, 2010 but no one ever reported Anderson missing. He'd been gone for four years.