Jacob Matthew Morgan, 17, cries as he listens to a family friend give positive remarks about the teen as he stands next to his attorney B.J. Barrowclough in court Tuesday.
Jacob Matthew Morgan, 17, cries as he listens to a family friend give positive remarks about the teen as he stands next to his attorney B.J. Barrowclough in court Tuesday. Tracy Kimball Special to The Herald
Jacob Matthew Morgan, 17, cries as he listens to a family friend give positive remarks about the teen as he stands next to his attorney B.J. Barrowclough in court Tuesday. Tracy Kimball Special to The Herald

Rock Hill teen pleads guilty to setting fire that killed 14-month-old brother

February 09, 2016 12:22 PM