North Texan Pleads Guilty To Slaying Homeless Man
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FORT WORTH (AP) – A North Texas man has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for the 2011 killing of a homeless man during a crime spree.
Prosecutors say 23-year-old Jose Plascencia of Fort Worth pleaded guilty Monday to murder. The Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports police have said 52-year-old Robert Bradley was stabbed numerous times while at a homeless camp.
Investigators originally charged five people _ including two juveniles _ with murder. Prosecutors later cited insufficient evidence against the other four suspects.
Eduardo Luis Mendez of Fort Worth pleaded guilty to aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and was sentenced to two years in prison. Roman Vela of White Settlement pleaded guilty to a burglary of a vehicle charge and was put on probation.
The other two suspects are juveniles.
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