FAYETTEVILLE, Tenn. (WHNT) – Henry Burrell, the second man charged in six murders in Lincoln County, has reached a plea agreement with prosecutors.
Burrell has pleaded guilty to six counts of murder, and will receive two consecutive life sentences. Burrell signed the paperwork Wednesday afternoon and Judge Forest Durard finalized the plea.
“I just want to get it over with,” Burrell told Judge Durard.
“You understand you will never walk the streets again,” Durard said.
“Yes sir,” Burrell replied.
Burrell pleaded guilty to the murders of Amber McCaulley, Chabreya Campbell and her unborn child, Rashad Rico Ragland, as well as Warren Crutcher and Jessica Brown. They were killed in October of 2012.
On Tuesday, Zakkawanda Moss was sentenced to six consecutive life terms. Family members of the victims were present, and were asked to return today, Wednesday, to discuss the Burrell case.
Burrell’s trial was scheduled to begin in February.