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FULTON, Mo. (AP) — Three of five people charged in the case of a developmentally delayed Missouri man whose body was found encased in concrete have pleaded not guilty.
The Fulton Sun reports that Sherry Paulo, Anthony R. Flores and Mary Paulo entered the pleas Monday in connection to the death of 31-year-old Carl DeBrodie.
Sherry Paulo and Flores are charged with first-degree involuntary manslaughter, client neglect, abandonment of a corpse and two counts of making a false report of a missing person.
Mary Paulo is charged with a misdemeanor of making a false report of a missing person.
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The three worked at the Second Chance Homes in Fulton where DeBrodie lived before his remains were found in April 2017.
Two other defendants are charged with making a false report. They’re scheduled to be arraigned Friday.
Information from: The Fulton Sun, http://www.fultonsun.com
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