Two juveniles associated with the November 17th killing of Olijawon Griffin near the Woodley Park Metro Station pleaded guilty Tuesday to armed robbery, felony assault and assault with a deadly weapon, the Washington Post reports.
Six other teens, charged as adults, are suspected in the case. They’ve been indicted on felony murder and other charges.
The Washington Post reports:
The juveniles, who were 15 at the time of the killing, are scheduled to be sentenced April 11 and are being held at the Youth Services Center, which is operated by the District’s Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services.