Marquis Harmon Plead Guilty to Death of Disabled Resident
CHARELSTON IL - A former group home employee involved in the killing of a disabled resident could face seven years behind bars.
Marquis Harmon pleaded guilty to criminal neglect of a person with a disability and obstructing justice, Harmon will be sentenced in November.
Harmon and Graywood Foundation co-worker Keyun Newble were originally charged with murder in the beating death of group home resident Paul Mccann in January of last year. Newble was convicted of involuntary manslaughter, he is serving an eight year sentence.