EAST LANSING, MI (WLNS) – The suspect in the shooting death of an MSU student last year is agreeing to a plea deal that would send him to prison for at least 32 years.
Marquay McCoy admitted that his gun discharged while he was stealing marijuana from the victim. Today he pleaded guilty to armed robbery and second degree murder.
McCoy was facing open murder charges accused of killing Dominique Nolff in an apartment complex on Cedar Street in East Lansing back in January of 2014.
McCoy was on parole in Grand Rapids at the time when police say he cut off his electronic monitoring device and traveled to East Lansing.
He will be sentenced April 8.