CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - The trial was supposed to begin for Reginald Day Monday afternoon. Instead he pleaded guilty to his part in an execution style shooting at Cleveland's Perk Park in February 2009.
Day was sentenced to 21 years to life Monday after pleading guilty to charges of murder, kidnapping, and aggravated robbery, with 3-year-gun specifications.
He was accused of participating in the E. 12th shootings of two Cleveland Clinic employees.
It happened in February of 2009.
Jory Aebly survived being shot in the head but his friend Jeremy Pechanec died.
Several other people have already been convicted for their role in the crime.
Perry King was sentenced to 12 years in prison, Cornelius King received to life in prison with parole after 15 years, Joaquin Hicks was sentenced to life in prison with parole after 61 years.
Day also agreed to testify against accused shooter Ralfeal King, the fifth and final suspect.
His trial is scheduled to begin June 1st.