Jury not able to reach verdict for teen involved in older woman's murder

Angelique Nash served as lookout in murder

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - For a second time, a jury has not been able to reach a verdict in the case of a teen charged in the murder of 81-year-old Dorothy Sessions.

Angelique Nash was facing one count of first-degree murder.

Prosecutors said Nash acted as a lookout, while her sister Katila Nash and David Moses broke into Sessions' home and murdered her.

Today the jury came back with an 11 to one guilty verdict.

Last year, Moses was sentenced to life in prison without parole and Katila was sentenced to 25 years to life in prison.

THis is the second time there has been a mistrial for Angelique.

The district attorney's office says it plans to re-try the case.

Nash will be back in court on Jan. 23, to set a retrial date.

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