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Mother of accused killer Leverett still behind bars

Debra Mae Daniels is being held at Warren County Jail.

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The mother of accused killer Wesley Leverett remains behind bars, while her parents are free on bond, amid charges they helped the suspect cover-up his involvement in the murder of Barry Cole earlier this year. The mother, Debra Mae Daniels, 54, is being held at Warren County Jail where she is serving time for violation of probation from General Sessions Court. She will become eligible to make bond once her probation time is served. Leverett’s grandparents, Dorothy and Charles C. Daniels, are free on bond awaiting arraignment before Circuit Court Judge Bart Stanley on charges of being an accessory after the fact and destruction of evidence.

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