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Buckingham Admits to Hiding Evidence in West Valley Triple Murder

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YAKIMA, Wash.-- NBC Right Now continues to follow developments in the West Valley triple murder case.

Tennance Buckingham, 50, admitted he helped get rid of property taken in the 2011 murders of Bill, Pauline, and Bettye Goggin.

Thursday, Buckingham pleaded guilty to charges of first degree rendering criminal assistance and trafficking in stolen property.

As part of the plea with Yakima County prosecutors, Buckingham will testify against Kevin Harper in potential future trials.

Prosecutors are recommending Buckingham not spend any more time behind bars.

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