One of the so-called caregivers looking at prison time over the death of Carl DeBrodie was due in court on Monday morning.
The state’s charges are still pending against Anthony Flores, 59. He and his wife Sherry Paulo, 54, pleaded guilty to federal charges on Friday.
DeBrodie was the Fulton man with special needs found encased in concrete in a storage unit in 2017. Authorities say he was in there for months.
Paulo and Flores admitted they did not get DeBrodie the medical help he needed before he died in 2016. Then they covered up his death.
Paulo is looking at more than 17 years in prison. Flores could serve nearly 16 years. Their sentencing dates on the federal charges have not been announced yet.
(This story was last updated at 5:51 a.m. Monday.)