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Delaware Man Pleads Guilty in Connection with Bradford Teen’s Shooting Death in 2017

Delaware Man Pleads Guilty in Connection with Bradford Teen’s Shooting Death in 2017
A Delaware man, one of four men accused in the killing a Haverhill teen in 2017 pleaded guilty this afternoon to manslaughter and will serve up to 25 years in prison. In lieu of a trial, 22-year-old Kenneth Pitts pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter, armed assault with intent to rob and carrying a firearm without a license in connection with …

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