ANCHORAGE, Alaska — An Anchorage man told a judge Monday that his actions at a 2009 party led to the death of a 16-year-old boy. Chad Zurfluh pleaded guilty to criminally negligent homicide, as well as attempted burglary and two counts of assault.
Witnesses say Zurfluh was kicked out of a warehouse party for fighting. They say he then came back for another confrontation with his sister, Jaeleen Zurfluh, and Oscar Lajoie.
Lajoie is accused of shooting through the door and walls of the warehouse. Court records show the gunfire killed Colton Crow and injured two other teenagers.
Lajoie and Jaeleen Zurfluh have entered guilty pleas on charges stemming from the case. All three will be sentenced together, but a date has not yet been set.
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