Fulks' Plea Deal Gets Him Life In Prison

Chadrick Fulks will not face the death penalty. In exchange, he pleads guilty to a West Virginia carjacking, resulting in death. The judge did, however, sentence Fulks to life in prison.

Fulks escaped from the Hopkins County, Kentucky jail in 2002, and prosecutors say he went on a multi-state crime spree with another jail escapee. He's already pled guilty in South Carolina, to kidnapping and carjacking resulting in death, as well as six other counts.

Prosecutors reached the same deal with Fulks' co-defendant in the crime spree, Branden Basham of Madisonville.