DENVER (AP) - A Colorado man is expected to plead guilty to
sending letters with white powder to the offices of Colorado and
Alabama members of Congress and Argentine consulates starting late
Forty-one-year-old Jay DeVaughn previously pleaded not guilty to
eight federal charges in Colorado, including mailing threatening
communications and false information and hoaxes.
DeVaughn's attorney, John Scipione (ship-ee-own), confirmed Tuesday that DeVaughn plans to change his plea to guilty at an Aug. 26 hearing.
Charges filed in Alabama will be transferred to Colorado.
DeVaughn is being held in a Denver-area federal prison.
Jeff Dorschner, spokesman for the U.S. attorney's office in
Denver, says details of a plea arrangement won't be released until
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