Guilty Plea in Woodbridge, Virginia Chick-fil-a Shooting

In February 2011 Daniel Everette followed, shot and killed his estranged wife, Alice Jenkins, as she sat waiting at the drive-through of a Woodbridge Chick-fil-a restaurant. The couple had been separated and was in the process of getting a divorce.

The shocking incident was captured on the restaurant’s surveillance camera and a witness at the scene who had worked with Jenkins identified her as well as her husband as the shooter. Everette turned himself in to police two hours later.

On Monday in Prince WIlliam Circuit Court, Daniel Everette plead guilty to first-degree murder in his wife’s death. He is set to be sentenced on June 28 and potentially faces life in prison.

Daniel and Alice have three daughters, ages 12, 8 and 4. Out thoughts and prayers are with them as well as the rest of the Everette and Jenkins families.

By | 2012-03-27T20:36:15+00:00 March 27th, 2012|Criminal Defense|0 Comments

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