BALTIMORE (AP) - Prosecutors say four people charged in the videotaped beating of a Virginia man on St. Patrick's Day weekend in Baltimore have pleaded guilty in connection with the attack.
Twenty-one-year-old Shatia Baldwin and 20-year-old Aaron Parsons both pleaded guilty robbery on Monday. Nineteen-year-old Deangelo Carter and 20-year-old Shayona Davis pleaded guilty to second-degree assault.
Parsons was sentenced to one year in jail. Carter and Davis were sentenced to time served.
Baldwin will be sentenced on Dec. 7.
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