Meridy Pleads Guilty In Worcester Murder
According to AllOTSEGO, a plea deal was taken by one of the 4 suspects in a Worcester, NY murder last October. Prosecutors say Nicholas Meridy pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in the death of 53-year-old Kenneth Robinson which was the result of a burglary at Robinson’s Head Road, Worcester residence.
Meridy will be behind bars from 22 years to life when he’s sentenced Oct. 26. Three teenagers: Alexander Borgreen, Anais Soto, and Dylan Robinson (the murder victim's son) have been charged as adults and are all awaiting trial.
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