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May 2, 2006

Thomasville- Two people are indicted for witness tampering in the arson and conspiracy trial of Marty and Don Harrell and Cairo businessman Dexter Harrison. Detention hearings for John Dollar and Kearsley Doughty were held Tuesday afternoon.

Dollar is accused of trying to persuade witness Dennis Weaver not to testify in exchange for $20,000. Doughty is accused of typing a false scripted testimony for him.

Marty Harrell and Dexter Harrison were found guilty of arson and conspiracy in the 2002 fire at the Ramada Limited in Donalsonville.

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