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Flack Pleads Not Guilty in Keokuk County Stabbing, Jury Trial Set

Posted: Friday, August 10th, 2018 at 6:28 am
Author: KCII News

Jamie Lynn Flack

A jury trial has been set for a woman charged with attempted murder in Keokuk County.

According to court records 38-year-old Jamie Lynn Flack of Marengo filed a written plea of not guilty Tuesday to aiding and abetting her boyfriend 27-year-old Johnathan James Ray Walker of What Cheer in the March 3rd stabbing of Joseph Bernardo. The criminal complaint states Flack provided Walker with the knife that was used to stab Bernardo 16 times, and she unlocked the trunk to a vehicle to obtain and provide a baseball bat for Walker that was used to strike Bernardo in the head and fractured bones in his left arm and hand. Walker was sentenced to five years in prison for a conviction of willful injury causing bodily injury, as part of an Alford Plea. A warrant was served for Flack’s arrest on July 5th. A pretrial conference is set for 11:30 a.m. August 31st with the trial beginning at 9 a.m. September 18th.