Prentiss Hare

3 things to know about the Springfield man who pleaded guilty to his second murder

A man pleaded guilty to murdering a Florida woman in 2015, the second murder he’s been convicted for.

Prentiss Hare, 37, pleaded guilty to killing Tiffany Chambers. Chamber’s remains were found in Greene County.

READ: Springfield man accused of killing Florida woman pleads guilty

Here are three things to know about the case.

1. Second Murder

Hare was convicted of murder in December, 2016 and was later sentenced to 26 years to life in prison.

Hare killed 35-year-old Deshun Lumford inside a home on South Light Street in Springfield in December of 2015 after the two men had an argument over drugs, according to a prosecutors press release.

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Hare is currently locked up at Chillicothe Correctional Institution, serving a life sentence.

2. Witness killing

Chambers was murdered because she witnessed the killing of Michael Frazier in Jacksonville on July 11, 2015, the prosecutor’s office said.

It is still not publicly known who killed Frazier.

3. More charges in the future? 

Prosecutor Dan Driscoll declined to comment when asked if Hare could face additional charges.

The Clark County Prosecutor’s Office is holding a press conference today where more questions might be answered.

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