March 13, 2020
Another black is also charged, but he hasn’t entered a plea.
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Four out of five men charged in the shooting death of a former Eastern Michigan University wrestler during a botched robbery two years ago have pleaded guilty to multiple felony charges.
Charles Robertson, 20; Karon Hadden, 20; Deandre Hinton, 19; and Garvin Crout, 20, have each pleaded guilty to 11 felony counts, including second-degree murder conspiracy to commit armed robbery and conducting a criminal enterprise in connection with the April 28, 2018, shooting death of Christopher Marsh Jr.
The fifth defendant, Camron Williams-Evans, 20, is the only man of the group who has not entered a plea and is still on track for trial, court records show.
All five were charged as co-defendants in the shooting death of Marsh Jr., 19, of Ypsilanti Township, who was found wounded about 9:30 p.m., April 28, 2018, outside Glencoe Hills Apartments in the 2100 block of Glencoe Hills Drive, according to police.
He was taken to St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, where he died of his injuries, police said.
The five suspects worked together as part of a gang, identified in court as OTF900, to set up a meeting to buy two ounces of marijuana from Marsh and rob him that day, police said.
The four men are scheduled for sentencing June 6 before Washtenaw County Trial Judge Darlene O’Brien.
Williams-Evans is scheduled for a final pretrial hearing March 26.
All the men were being held in the Washtenaw County Jail without bond.