Man who had woman’s bones in backpack expected to enter plea deal
DURHAM, N.C. — On Friday, a Mebane man who was found with a woman’s bones in his backpack in 2008 is expected to enter a plea deal.
Michael Dorman was charged with killing Lakeia Boxley after Boxley’s bones were found in his backpack.
Dorman claimed he simply found the bones.
During a hearing on Friday, Dorman is expected to plead guilty to a lesser charge as opposed to murder.
The hearing is taking place in Durham County where Boxley lived at the time.
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