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2 Virginia Murder Suspects Appear in Court, Ordered Held on $1 Mil. Bail

Updated: 05/12/2014 11:08 PM
Created: 05/12/2014 11:02 PM WDIO.com

Previous coverage: Three Charged in Virginia Homicide

A judge has set bail at $1 million for two of the three men accused of murdering a man in Virginia last month.

Anthony Isham, Bartholamy Drift, and John Isham each face second-degree murder charges. 

Police allege they stabbed 28-year-old Harley Jacka more than a dozen times.

Jacka's body was found in an apartment off of Second Avenue at the end of April.

A judge granted the both Anthony Isham and Drift public defenders Monday. 

John Isham is scheduled to appear in court Tuesday.

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