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Plea for Charles Butler in Glen Burnie pizzeria murder case

ANNAPOLIS, Md. — A Maryland man faces up to 30 years in prison for his role in a shooting at a Glen Burnie pizzeria two years ago.

Charles Sequan Butler, of Brooklyn Park, entered an Alford plea Monday to a charge of second-degree murder. An Alford plea means a defendant does not admit guilt but acknowledges there’s enough evidence for a conviction.

The 19-year-old Butler entered his plea as he and another teenager were to have stood trial in the November 2010 killing of Misael Flores during a botched robbery at Mr. Wings and Pizza.

A third teenager pleaded guilty in January, and a fourth defendant is scheduled for trial in October.

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