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Originally published Friday, January 11, 2013 at 10:48 AM

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Teen pleads guilty in Hoquiam stabbing death

A 16-year-old Hoquiam boy accused of fatally stabbing a man who worked as a state corrections officer changed his plea to guilty.

The Associated Press

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MONTESANO, Wash. —

A 16-year-old Hoquiam boy accused of fatally stabbing a man who worked as a state corrections officer changed his plea to guilty.

Teddy Bryan admitted Thursday in Grays Harbor County Superior Court that he stabbed 22-year-old Jon Favro, but said he did not intend to kill him.

The two had argued over a girl at a party July 14 in Hoquiam.

KXRO reports ( http://bit.ly/VtGhb0) the prosecutor is asking for a maximum sentence of 18 years when Bryan is sentenced next month in Montesano for second-degree murder.

Favro was parked with the young woman when Bryan punched and stabbed him. He drove off and crashed into a rock embankment. Favro worked as a corrections officer at the Washington Corrections Center in Shelton.

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Information from: KXRO-AM, http://www.kxro.com

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