Plea expected in Carmel teen’s murder

July 8, 2013
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A Louisville man charged in connection with the murder of a teenager from Carmel is expected to plead guilty Monday afternoon. Gregory O’Bryan faces charges of murder, sodomy, corpse abuse and evidence tampering in the October 2010 death of Andrew Compton, 18, who was a first-year culinary student at Sullivan University in Louisville. O’Bryan told investigators the teen died after the two had sex. Authorities searched an Indiana landfill but didn’t find the teen’s body.


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