Washington pleads guilty to accessory after the fact in Kingston Frazier case


JACKSON, Miss. (WJTV) —  One of the suspects accused in case of Kingston Frazier pleaded guilty to accessory after the fact of kidnapping.

According to Madison County District Attorney Michael Guest, D’Allen Washington is expected to be sentenced in March.

Kingston was asleep in his mother’s car when the car was stolen from the parking lot of the Kroger on I-55 last year. He was found dead hours later in Madison County. 

Washington, Byron McBride, and Dwan Wakefield are all suspects in the case. 

McBride was indicted for capital murder.

Authorities said Wakefield was not indicted because he was under 18 at the time the kidnapping and had never been indicted for another crime.

However, Washington had previously been indicted for robbery in an unrelated case and was out on bond at the time Kingston was kidnapped. Guest said Washington also pleaded guilty to the robbery charge Monday. The robbery is a case in Ridgeland. 

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