Lois Janish plead no contest to the 1998 murder of her granddaughter Coral Hall
Lois Janish from her court appearance Aug. 1, 2013.

Genesee County Prosecutor David Leyton announced that a 75-year-old Lois Janish plead no contest this afternoon for the 1998 murder of her granddaughter.

Janish plead no contest to Second Degree Murder related to the disappearance and death of her granddaughter, Coral Pearl Hall.

According to police, Hall was 14-years-old when she went missing September 22, 1998 and her body has never been found. Her last known location in the Flint area was a pay phone near the White Horse Tavern where she made a call to a friend about a fight between her and Janish.

According to the police investigations, Janish has made several different statements as to the whereabouts of Coral Hall and had at least on one occasion admitted to killing Hall with a hammer.

A sentencing date has been set for November 3, at 3 p.m.

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