(WJBK) - One of three teens charged in the death of an Ann Arbor teen is expected to be sentenced Monday afternoon.
Danta Wright pleaded guilty to fatally shooting 17-year-old Jordan Klee. He had been charged with open murder, armed robbery, conspiracy to commit armed robbery, conspiracy to commit unarmed robbery, conspiracy to commit larceny from a person, and felony firearm.
Wright will face a judge at 1:30 p.m. in Washtenaw Circuit Court before Judge David Swartz.
In October 2016, a maintenance worker found Klee lying on a path near Adrienne Drive at the Pine Lake Village Cooperative on Ann Arbor's west side.
Investigators determined from an autopsy report that Klee died of a single gunshot wound.
Ann Arbor police say he had been enrolled as a senior at Pioneer High School and had been living alone inside the complex.
The other two men charged, Delreno Gracey of Ypsilanti and Jermarius Ellison of Redford, are expected to be senteced in September. They are both facing charges of homicide, armed robbery, conspiracy to commit armed robbery, conspiracy to commit unarmed robbery and conspiracy to commit larceny.