Dexter Cox Pleads Guilty to Memphis Lieutenant's Murder

Dexter Cox Pleads Guilty to Memphis Lieutenant's Murder

Twice convicted murderer Dexter Cox has pleaded guilty to a third death for the fatal 2008 shooting of Memphis Police Lieutenant Ed Vidulich.
MEMPHIS, TN (abc24.com) - Twice convicted murderer Dexter Cox has pleaded guilty to a third death for the fatal 2008 shooting of Memphis Police Lieutenant Ed Vidulich.

Cox, 23, pleaded guilty to Second Degree Murder, and will serve his 15 year sentence concurrently with four previous convictions, including two life sentences without the possibility of parole for murder.

In May 2011, Cox was served a life sentence for the First Degree Murder of 76-year-old Herbert Wooten and the especially aggravated robbery and attempted murder of Wooten’s wife in a botched robbery attempt.

In March 2012, Cox was found guilty of First Degree Murder for the death of 42-year-old Gwendolyn Cherry in a fight over money.

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