Thursday June 23, 2016

Teen Gets Plea Deal For Murder Over PS4

If I lived in a state with the death penalty and I killed someone over a game console, I'd probably take a plea deal too. I can't imagine the courts being very lenient on someone that murders people for a PS4.

A Doraville teen will spend 40 years in prison after pleading guilty to killing a man during the Craigslist sale of his video gaming system. Kayla Dixon, now 18, took the plea on the same day her trial was to begin. Prosecutors say Dixon and her boyfriend, Nathaniel Vivien, responded to a Craigslist ad posted by Danny Zeitz in September 2014, intending to rob him. When Zeitz resisted, Dixon admits she took a gun out from between her legs and fired off a fatal shot.