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      One suspect in Ensley quintuple homicide trial agrees to plea deal

      Artavius Underwood, one of the three men charged in the 2012 quintuple homicide in Ensley, agreed to a plea deal with prosecutors Wednesday morning. Underwood agreed to plead guilty to five counts of capital murder. For his plea, prosecutors agreed to drop a robbery charge against him and allowed him a chance at parole in the future.

      ABC 33/40 has learned that attorneys in the robbery and murder trial involving Artavius Underwood are discussing a possible plea deal. Multiple sources confirm both sides are working to reach an agreement in the case. Underwood, along with two other men, are accused of killing five men in an Ensley house in 2012. ABC's Larry Miller is in the courtroom. Count on us for the latest.

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