A Peoria teenager, charged with obstructing justice in a local murder case, pleaded guilty Tuesday
and was sentenced to two years in prison, according to court officials. 18 year old Sharome Krus
entered her plea as her case was called up for a jury trial. Meantime, three other Peoria teens,
all charged as adults are facing murder , attempted murder and aggravated battery charges.
Those charges stem from a late September double shooting which left Michael Robinson dead and
Perry Mollohan wounded. Robinson was convicted of killing a Bradley University professor in
1977 and spent almost 30 years in prison before being released in January 2007.