LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- One of the five people charged in a deadly house explosion in Indianapolis has reached a plea deal.

Glenn Hults, age 50, agreed to plead guilty to assisting a criminal. That means the charge of conspiracy to commit arson would be dismissed.

He and four other people were accused of destroying a house with a natural gas explosion to claim insurance money in 2012.

The blast killed two people next door.

If a judge accepts the plea, Hults will face a sentence of up to three years in prison. Two co-defendants have already been convicted and two others pleaded guilty.

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