A Maine teenager charged with the stabbing and strangling death of his mother has entered into a plea bargain.
Sixteen-year-old Lukas Mironovas entered the guilty plea on a charge of murder Wednesday in a Kennebec County court. He was charged with the 2018 killing 47-year-old Kimberly Mironovas.
A lawyer for Lukas Mironovas says the deal will result in a prison term of 25 to 35 years. He could've faced a life sentence without the plea agreement.
One of the two other teenagers faces trial as an adult, while the other has been sentenced to juvenile detention.