Guilty plea in Gulfport woman’s murder
A Gulfport man pleads guilty to accessory after the fact in the murder trial of Tena Broadus.
According to the District Attorney’s Office, 32-year-old Aaron Bobinger pled guilty in the Harrison County Courthouse. He will be sentenced on October 2nd.
Bobinger is one of five accused of killing the Gulfport woman in September of 2015. Authorities say Broadus was burned and later dumped into the Biloxi River.
After his guilty plea, Bobinger admitted to moving Broadus’ body when Joshua Peterman, Kari Parker, and Devon Gregory told him they had killed her and needed help.
Bobinger faces up to 20 years in prison.