Three of four Louisiana teenagers charged with murder for carjacking and dragging a grandmother to her death — have struck a plea deal to avoid life in prison.
Briniyah Baker, 17, Lenyra Theophile, 16, and Mar’qel Curtis pleaded guilty to attempted manslaughter for killing 73-year-old Linda Frickey in New Orleans on Monday, 4 WWL reported.
The three teens were dealt a 20-year prison sentence and will serve at least 15 years each.
The guilty plea comes more than a year after Frickey’s gruesome death, in which her arm was also severed.
“I felt relief because that’s what we’ve been after this whole time for justice,” Jinnylynn Griffin, Frickey’s sister, told the outlet.
Griffin said she feels “sadness” for the teens despite them taking accountability for the death of her sister.
“They probably did not want to do what they did, as to go as far as the murder, but they still were trying to steal a car. That’s still a…
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