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Surprise Plea Change in Woodford County Murder

Surprise Plea Change in Woodford County Murder
In a surprise move Friday afternoon, a rural Secor man pleaded guilty to the murder of another Secor man and faces 45 years to life in prison when he's sentenced. 23 year old Rayshawn Johnson, formerly of Bloomington, was facing a seven count indictment, including five counts of murder, dismembering a human body and concealing a homicide. As part of his plea agreement, Johnson pleaded guilty to a single count of murder while the other charges were dismissed. Officials arrested Johnson and his girlfriend, Vishawn Mills, who was the apparent caretaker of Oakley Mitchell. Johnson was accused of shooting Mitchell whose dismembered remains were found in Woodford and McLean Counties. Meantime, Mills is still facing charges in Woodford County for the crime and will be back in court next month.
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