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Man pleads guilty in death of Rayville Police officer

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RAYVILLE, La. - A man accused of killing a Rayville Police officer in 2010 pleaded guilty to murder Monday morning.

Richard Long Jr. was accused of shooting and killing officer Tommy Alexander.

Alexander was responding to a burglary complaint on September 11th 2010.

That's when Long jumped out of a closet and shot the officer.

District Attorney Mac Lancaster says he is satisfied with the outcome of the plea.

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