Van Buren teen pleads guilty to burglary, agrees to testify in Granby murder case
Mon, 04 Aug 2014 17:06:19 GMT —
An Onondaga County teen will spend the next two decades in prison after admitting to taking part in a burglary that left a Granby man dead earlier this year.
According to Oswego County District Attorney Gregory Oakes, 19-year-old Zachary Scott of Van Buren has pleaded guilty to first degree burglary. He and two other Baldwinsville-area teens, Glenwood Carr, Jr. of Lysander and Michael Celi of Van Buren are accused of breaking into Anthony Millerâ??s Granby home in February with the intent to steal from him. Police say When they discovered Miller was home, they allegedly got into a fight with him that resulted in his death.
The teens are also accused of stealing drug-related items from the home in the Indian Hills Mobile Home Park and leaving the 46-year-old Miller for dead.
Oakes says his office has agreed to a sentence of 19.5 years in state prison with five years of post-release supervision. Scott has agreed to testify against the other two defendants, Carr, Jr and Celi, if their cases go to trial.