A man suspected of murdering Eastern Michigan wide receiver Demarius Reed has pleaded guilty of the crime. Kristopher Pratt entered a plea agreement on Friday in Washtenaw County Trial Court in which he admitted guilt to second-degree murder. As part of the plea deal, Pratt will testify against Ed Thomas, the second man accused of murdering Reed, according to the Associated Press. Pratt confessed to a county judge to following Reed into an apartment with the intent to rob the football player. Pratt admitted to shooting Reed twice in the side, according to the Associated Press. His testimony will be critical for the trial of Thomas, which is scheduled to begin Monday. A defense lawyer has said there is not enough evidence to convict Thomas, but testimony from Pratt could change that outcome.
One of two suspected murderers of EMU player pleads guilty
College Football Talk | Jul 20