A motion seeking to set aside a double murder guilty plea and sentencing earlier this year in Miller County is returned to sender. 60-year-old Gary Sweet, of Rolla, had entered guilty pleas to two amended charges of second-degree murder and two counts of assault in connection to the November, 2017, murders of Jim and Sheri Parker who served as caretakers at the Riverview RV Park and Campground, in Lake Ozark. Sweet also attacked two other residents staying at the park at the time. However, after being sentenced to serve 45 years in prison, a motion seeking for the plea and sentence to be overturned was filed by Sweet claiming…among other things…that he had ineffective counsel, he was unaware of the consequences of his plea, that the prosecution failed to prove he was at the crime scene and/or produce the alleged weapons used in the crime. Records in Tuscumbia now show that the motion will not be accepted because Sweet failed to have the documents notarized. And with the motion being returned to Sweet, the clock now begins to tick with a statutory deadline to meet for any similar motion to be considered by the court.