Teenager pleads guilty in uptown murder--By: Hannah Mikels
An 18-year-old Minneapolis man pleaded guilty Thursday for his role in the murder of a South Carolina graduate student in Uptown Minneapolis, according to wcco.com.
Donte Jacobs confessed to second-degree intentional murder, aiding and abetting, in the shooting death of 25-year-old Michael Zebuhr, according to wcco.com.
Jacobs admitted in court that he took the purse of Zebuhr's mother as Zebuhr and others were leaving an Uptown restaurant on March 18, 2006, according to kstp.com.
He also said that Billy Rae Deshawn Johnson shot Zebuhr, according to kstp.com.
Jacobs faces 24 years and two motnhs in prison when he is sentenced on May 15, according to wcco.com
He will also be required to make restitution to the family, according to wcco.com.
Zebuhr was a doctoral student in bioengineering at Clemson University in South Carolina and was visiting family in the Twin Cities, according to kstp.com.