BURLINGTON, Iowa (AP) — One in all the boys charged in a southeast Iowa slaying has been sentenced to penal advanced for two decades.
Des Moines County District Court docket records thunder 29-year-mature Antoine Spann pleaded guilty Monday after making a deal with prosecutors. He’d been charged with first-level execute. That value was dropped, and Spann entered guilty pleas to execute conspiracy, helping and abetting to commit willful damage, and criminal gang participation.
Spann’s trial was scheduled to begin up March 12. His plea settlement says he must testify in opposition to any others charged in the slaying of 26-year-mature Demarcus “Peanut” Chunk. He was fatally shot in a vehicle out of doorways his mother’s Burlington home on Sept. 10, 2017.
The court docket records thunder every other Dalton, Illinois, man, Derrick Parker, also has been charged with execute and conspiracy.