CINCINNATI (WKRC) -- A second man now admits his role in the abduction and murder of a local business owner.Jason Brown pleaded guilty Thursday, May 21, to manslaughter in the death of James Rolman. He was sentenced to 12 years in prison. Rolman, who owned a scrapyard in Lockland, was found shot execution-style in July2014. That was just days after Rolman was abducted and last seen at an ATM withdrawing money for his business. Brown's plea comes a week after co-defendant Christopher McFerron pleaded guilty to murder.
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