Woman Pleads Guilty To Federal Charge In Missouri Death

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — A woman has pleaded guilty to a federal charge arising from the death of a developmentally disabled man whose body was found encased in concrete in Missouri. Mary Paulo admitted on Tuesday that she falsified documents to cover up the death of Carl DeBrodie, whose body was discovered in a storage unit in Fulton in April 2017. Authorities believe he died months before his body was found. According to the plea, Paulo signed several documents saying she had seen and cared DeBrodie when she had not. Paulo’s mother, father and brother previously pleaded guilty to various charges related in the case.