The wagons are circling and some of O.J. Simpson’s collection may be another step closer toward finding a new home.
Two co-defendants in the O.J. Simpson armed robbery case in Las Vegas, have agreed to plead guilty to reduced charges and testify against the former football star.
Walter Alexander and Charles H. Cashmore said they will testify against Simpson and three other co-defendants, and will include in their testimony that guns were used in the alleged robbery of sports memorabilia and other items last month.
In return for Alexander’s cooperation, Clark County District Attorney David Roger promised to seek a suspended sentence on a charge of conspiracy to commit robbery, according to Court spokesman Michael Sommermeyer. The two men say they will testify against Simpson and have knowledge of what items left the room that day and exactly who was carrying a gun.