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Fellow inmate says El Reno slaying defendant admitted in jail to killings
EL RENO — Prosecutors have a new witness — described as a “jailhouse informant” — in the 2009 case against a man accused of killing his girlfriend and her four children.
The witness claims Joshua Steven Durcho admitted to the killings this year as they talked in jail, sources told The Oklahoman.
The witness also claims Durcho, 28, said he is faking a mental retardation claim, the sources said.
The witness, Roy George Kuykendall, 36, is a fellow inmate at the Canadian County jail who has a widely publicized case of his own. He has been put in protective custody. More
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