WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Two of the five teenagers charged in the brutal beating of a homeless Winston-Salem man in January pleaded guilty to assault and other charges in Forsyth County Superior Court on Monday.
Tremayne Jaquan Butler, 18, was sentenced to 33 months in prison.
Treshawn Jaquez Plater, 17, was sentenced to 39 months. Each will also have nine months of post release supervision.
Both teens pleaded guilty to assault inflicting serious bodily injury, conspiracy to commit the...