A third person pleads guilty in federal court to helping cover up the death of a Fulton man with special needs.
Anthony R. K. Flores admitted on Wednesday he lied to the feds about seeing Carl DeBrodie alive in April 2017. At that point DeBrodie was already dead for months, encased in concrete in a Fulton storage unit.
Flores already pleaded guilty to a similar charge at the state level in February 2019, and got an eight-month jail sentence.
His parents, Anthony R. Flores and Sherry Paulo, pleaded guilty last November to federal charges. They admitted to not giving DeBrodie the medical help he needed, then covering up his death.
(This story was last updated at 6:24 a.m. Thursday.)