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  • Woman cries, pleads guilty in boyfriend's 2014 death

    Tasha Yolanda Phillips wept Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2017, as she listened to Macon Judicial Circuit Chief Assistant District Attorney Nancy Scott Malcor describe how her boyfriend, Martegus "Pale" Johnson was fatally struck by a car behind Macon's Pio Nono Avenue post office in 2014. Phillips pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter.

Tasha Yolanda Phillips wept Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2017, as she listened to Macon Judicial Circuit Chief Assistant District Attorney Nancy Scott Malcor describe how her boyfriend, Martegus "Pale" Johnson was fatally struck by a car behind Macon's Pio Nono Avenue post office in 2014. Phillips pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter. Amy Leigh Womack The Telegraph
Tasha Yolanda Phillips wept Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2017, as she listened to Macon Judicial Circuit Chief Assistant District Attorney Nancy Scott Malcor describe how her boyfriend, Martegus "Pale" Johnson was fatally struck by a car behind Macon's Pio Nono Avenue post office in 2014. Phillips pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter. Amy Leigh Womack The Telegraph

She struck her boyfriend with a car, killing him. Now she waits to hear her fate.

January 31, 2017 10:43 AM