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Three indicted in death of man found in Panhandle grain elevator

Thursday, August 7, 2003

By the Associated Press

AMARILLO, Texas (AP) - A Randall County grand jury has indicted three men on charges of capital murder in connection with the death of man whose body was discovered under concrete at a grain elevator in June.

Joshua Craig Bledsoe, 25; Joshua David Stocker, 25; and Stephen Craig Kimberlin, 35, were indicted Wednesday. They have been in the Randall County Jail since just after the body of Dustin Pool was discovered.

Pool, 26, had been missing since March until police recovered his body in the elevator June 15 about 10 miles south of downtown Amarillo in a rural area. Police found the body based on a tip.

An autopsy showed Pool died of blunt-force trauma and suffocation.

Several others face various charges in connection with Pool's abduction, death and burial.

One suspect told investigators that the murder suspects had met in late January to discuss retaliating against Pool for making threats against them.

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