Coast man pleads guilty to second-degree murder
A 20-year-old Gulfport man could face up to 40 years in prison for the death of a woman nearly three years ago.
Devin Gregory pled guilty today to second-degree murder in the death of Tena Broadus in September 2015.
During today’s guilty plea hearing, Gregory told the court that an argument arose between himself and Broadus before she was taken out back and placed in a building where she was restrained and later died.
Gregory stated he left prior to co-defendants Kari Parker, Natasha Sellers, Aaron Bobinger, and Joshua Peterman transporting the body to O’Neal Road where her body was disposed. After the disposal of the body, Gregory stated he returned the next day with Peterman and Parker to make sure Broadus’ remains were properly disposed.
Under Mississippi law, because of his guilty plea to second-degree murder, Gregory faces 20 to 40 years of incarceration his role in Broadus’ death.