Albuquerque teen pleads guilty to deadly 2017 crash

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An Albuquerque teenager could stay behind bars for two decades for a deadly crash in a stolen vehicle. 

Eighteen-year-old Domonic Rougemont pleaded guilty Thursday to vehicular homicide and other charges. He admitted to stealing a Jeep, picking up his friends and fleeing from authorities in 2017. He then hit another vehicle at Eubank and Menaul, killing 23-year-old D’Markus Blea. 

Rougemont will be sentenced in August, he faces up to 21 years in prison. 

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