LANSING, Mich. — Kiernan Brown, accused of killing two people in 2019, rejected a plea agreement, according to an email from an Ingham County prosecutor’s office spokesperson Wednesday.
Brown, 28, was scheduled to appear in court Thursday. That’s been canceled.
Brown is charged with killing Kaylee Brock and Julie Mooney in early May 2019. July 13, he reportedly accepted a plea agreement with Prosecutor Carol Siemon.
Details of the deal weren’t known.
Roger Brock, father of Kaylee Brock, told reporters in June he was shocked about the possibility of a plea deal.
“I can’t imagine that 30 years from now, a man who did such horrible things to human beings would be able to walk among us again,” Brock said.
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