ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - The last of the boys who beat their neighbor to death over beer, have taken plea deals.
Joanne Quintana, 41, was beaten with a towel bar while pleading for her life in her Rio Communities apartment in 2011.
Investigators say the four teens responsible attacked her because they thought she had stolen their beer.
The only adult at the time, then 18-year-old Juan Diego Lopez, and then 17-year-old Jonathan Duncan, have now pleaded guilty to second degree murder and other charges.
Lopez faces up to 20 years in prison, Duncan up to 29 years.
The other teens, 16-year-old Malachi Doleman, and 16-year-old Terone Collins, have already pleaded in the case.
They're being sentenced as juveniles.
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