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Man pleads guilty to interfering with Columbia murder investigation

A man has pleaded guilty to interfering in a Columbia murder investigation.

Glenn Anderson will be sentenced in August for hindering prosecution and providing a false alibi.

Police say Anderson covered for James Thomspon, who was convicted of hiring a hit man to kill Brian Daniels in April of 2013.

Anderson could face up to four years in prison.

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