Teen Pleads Guilty For Involvement in 2006 Murder
A Minneapolis man pleaded guilty Thursday for being involved in the 2006 murder of a South Carolina graduate student, reports the Associated Press.
Donte Jacobs, 18, admitted to aiding the 2nd degree intentional murder, according to the AP.
The victim, 25-year-old Michael Zebuhr, was a grad student at Clemson University studying bioengineering.
The murder took place March 16, 2006 when Zebuhr and family were leaving an Uptown Minneapolis restaurant. Jacobs said another man, Billy Rae Deshawn Johnson, actually killed Zebuhr, while he attempted to steal Zebuhr's mother's purse, according to the AP.
Zebuhr was in the Twin Cities visiting his family when he was killed, reports the AP.