Jacquelle James pleads guilty to murder of Jared Plante; Daryl Daniels pleads guilty to robbery in case

Jacquelle James and Daryl Daniels are accused of

Jacquelle James and Daryl Daniels are accused of shooting and killing Jared Plante of Newburgh.

NEWBURGH - The two suspects in the murder of Newburgh man Jared Plante entered guilty pleas today.

Jacquelle James, 21, admitted to second-degree murder after allegedly shooting and killing 36-year-old Jared Plante in January.

James said he shot Plante multiple times during an attempt to rob Plante of marijuana.

James's co-defendant Daryl Daniels, 25, pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of attempted second-degree robbery.

Sentencing is set for Aug. 18.

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