Teen Takes Plea Deal in Worcester Burglary, Murder Case
One of the three teenagers charged in the October 10, 2019 robbery and murder of a Worcester man has taken a plea deal. According to AllOTSEGO, 17-year-old Alex Borgreen pleaded guilty to first degree burglary in connection with the incident that occurred in the home of Kenneth Robinson.
Prosecutors say Borgreen will be required to testify against the two other teenagers: Dylan Robinson, the son of the victim, and Anais Soto, charged in the case. The only adult charged for the crimes, 33 year-old Nicholas Meridy, plead guilty to 2nd degree murder and was sentenced to 22 years to life in prison after taking a plea deal back in August.
District Attorney John Muehl alleged that Dylan Robinson fired the shot that killed his father, but all three teens were charged with 2nd degree murder and 1st degree burglary.
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