Final Suspect In 2010 Fatal Tulsa Rib Crib Robbery Pleads Guilty
Russell Hulstine, NewsOn6.com
TULSA,Oklahoma -- The third and final suspect accused in the shooting death of a Tulsa Rib Crib employee during a robbery in May 2010 has entered a guilty plea.
D'Andre Finnie during a hearing Monday in Tulsa County District Court waived his right to a jury trial that was supposed to have started earlier this month.
As part of his deal, Finnie pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of second degree murder, three counts of robbery with a firearm and one count of 2nd degree burglary.
The first four counts come with a 35-year prison sentence of which he must serve 85 percent before being considered for parole.
Tulsa Police say Finnie and two other men, Isaiah Peevy and Deonte Marshall, shot and killed 50-year-old Bud Stoddard during a robbery attempt at the Rib Crib at 16th and Harvard on May 20th, 2010.
Peevy stood trial in August and was found guilty.
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Marshall pleaded guilty earlier this month.