Fairbanks man will serve at least 25 years after murder plea

FAIRBANKS, Alaska - A 25 year old Fairbanks man faces more than two decades in prison after pleading guilty to murder charges in Superior Court today.
Yelisey Campbell was originally charged with First Degree murder and Evidence Tampering in 2016, but pleaded guilty today to one count of Second Degree murder.
The charges of evidence tampering and driving under the influence were dismissed, but Campbell is charged in the murder of Todd Nosal.
Nosal was found shot to death on the dike near the Tanana River in April of 2015.
According to police documents, Nosal was killed following a disturbance at Campbell's home.
In a plea deal announced today, Campbell will serve between 25 and 35 years, with additional probation and suspended time at the discretion of Judge Jane Kauvar.