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Double murder: Suspects hoped to inherit family farm

SALEM, Ore. -- A Salem man was charged in a Polk County court Thursday with the aggravated murder of his parents Monday, as his girlfriend was also implicated in the plot, charged for conspiring to kill the couple.
The 20-year-old Salem man, Andrew Jondle, and his 46-year-old girlfriend Cindy Lou Beck were arrested Tuesday. Polk County deputies found 61-year-old David Scott Jondle and his 58-year-old wife Marilyn Ruth Jondle dead at their home on Gilliam Road in what the sheriff called a "gruesome" scene.
The family ran the Abundant Life Farm near Dallas.

Andrew Jondle was charged with two counts of aggravated murder, two counts murder and two counts of burglary. He was held without bail
Beck was charged in court Thursday with two counts of conspiracy to commit murder, two counts of hindering prosecution and her bail was set at $1 million.
Detectives said some time between 11 p.m.

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Added: Sep-4-2010 Occurred On: Aug-31-2010
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