MOAB -- Two teenagers have pleaded guilty for their roles in the killing of a Moab man in exchange for having their cases moved to juvenile court.
Court records show 17-Brody Blu Kruckenberg pleaded guilty to manslaughter and obstruction of justice. He was sentenced to juvenile detention until he turns 21.
The 17-year-old Charles Anthony Nelson pleaded guilty to obstructing justice. His sentence is pending a psychological assessment by juvenile court.
The two teens had been charged as adults with the murder Gregorio Salazar Campos, the boyfriend of Kruckenberg's mother, Corina Dawn Yardley.
Yadley this month pleaded guilty two counts of obstructing justice.
Authorities say Nelson shot Campos in the head while he slept in Yardley's bed. Nelson told investigators Kruckenberg invited him to the home and suggested they kill Salazar.