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Two Evansville Woman Plead Guilty In Death Of A Virginia Woman

Joan Paul and Angela Paul face up to 30 years in prison after entering into a plea agreement Friday.

Posted: Jul 24, 2020 1:17 PM
Updated: Jul 24, 2020 4:03 PM

Two Evansville women have entered guilty pleas in the death of a Virginia woman in Evansville late last year.

56-year-old Joan Paul and 32-year-old Angela Paul both pleaded guilty to Neglect of a Dependent Causing Death this morning in Vanderburgh Circuit Court.  They were charged in connection to the murder of 29-year-old Evonne Pullen of Virginia.

Evansville Police discovered Pullen's body under a North Third Avenue garage in November of 2019.

Both women and 57-year-old Gary Anderson faced Murder, Criminal Confinement, Failure To Report A Dead Body, and other charges.  With today's plea agreements, both women will be sentenced for Neglect on August 20th at 9AM in Vanderburgh Circuit Court.

Anderson remains set for a jury trial for murder on August 17th.

Pullen was last seen in September of 2018 before being discovered under the garage more than a year later.

Angela Paul

Joan Paul

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