3 plead guilty in shooting of Clemson student from Fort Mill

03/19/2014 1:13 PM

03/19/2014 1:57 PM

Three men have pleaded guilty in the 2012 shooting death of a Clemson University student.

Jaron Bradley Dalton, 25, of Six Mile and two Central residents, Jordan Charles Dalton, 20, and Bernard Kadeen Ramsey, 20, pleaded guilty Tuesday to voluntary manslaughter, burglary and possession of a weapon during a violent crime.

Steven Gregory Grich, 23, of Fort Mill was shot to death at his home in Central. Authorities say the engineering student was shot by men who entered his home through an unlocked back door.

Five other people in the home were not seriously injured.

The men, who apologized through their attorneys in court Tuesday, will be sentenced after the trial of the fourth suspect.

Lester Devaria Mosley Jr., 19, of Toccoa, Ga., is awaiting trial.

Investigators said the suspects planned rob the victim’s roommate of what they thought was a large amount of marijuana. Deputies said only a few grams of marijuana were taken.

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