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Teen who left friends for dead after crashing stolen car pleads guilty

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The teen who police say left his two friends for dead after crashing a stolen car has pleaded guilty. 

19-year-old Lee Lontrell will be sentenced on October 13th on two counts of Second Degree Reckless Homicide and Evading an Officer.

In exchange, several other charges were dropped.

It was back in January at 31st and Capitol where 15-year-old Antoine Jones and 18-year-old Oscar Rash died in the wreck.

Police found a shoe under the gas pedal and matched it up to a relative who said Lontrell showed up with only one shoe that night. 

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