An inability to reach a plea agreement will result in an April jury trial in the case of a Kentucky man accused of killing his estranged girlfriend. Both prosecutors and the defense reportedly say neither side could reach an agreement on a plea deal for 50-year-old Joseph Nestor. Nestor is charged with murder, abuse of a corpse, tampering with physical evidence and first-degree possession of a controlled substance in the death of 25-year-old Amber Decker, whose body was found inside a tote near Nestor’s home. His attorney, Michael Brophy, said the proposed offer would have reduced the murder charge to first-degree manslaughter with a recommendation for 18 years in prison. It’s unclear why the proposed plea agreement fell through.