Local teen pleads guilty to shooting his father to death

16th December, 2014 by

By Randy Wyrick

EAGLE — A 14-year-old Gypsum boy Tuesday admitted he shot his father twice in the head and killed him, then holed up in the for six days in the house with the body. District Court Judge Fred Gannett called it the most “significant” juvenile case he has handled. Guilty plea The boy sat quietly and still during Tuesday’s plea hearing, looking at Gannett as he answered each of the judge’s questions. After he pleaded guilty and the hearing was done and the courtroom thinned out, he smiled softly when his mother was allowed to sit beside him at the defendant’s …

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