Three indicted for first degree murder in death of Henderson County man

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CARMAN, Illinois --  Three people have been indicted for first degree murder in the death of a Henderson County, Illinois man.

Back in October, 87-year-old Rex A. Mynatt was found dead in his Carman, Illinois home.  The Henderson County Coroner said that Mynatt died from a gunshot wound.

On Monday, December 4th the Henderson County State's Attorney announced first degree murder indictments filed for three people in connection: 41-year-old Donny J. Blakley, 38-year-old Amy R. Hoffman, and 39-year-old Angel M. Logsdon, all from Gladstone.

Blakley, Hoffman and Logsdon were all in custody, according to the Henderson County State's Attorney.  Blakley's bond was set at $1 million; Hoffman and Logsdon's bond was set at $750,000.  Their next court appearance was scheduled for Wednesday, December 6th.

Amy Hoffman, Angel Logsdon (l-r) and Donny Blakley (bottom)

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