Last suspect pleads no contest in 2014 murder of MSU student
A fourth suspect has been convicted in the robbery and killing of Dustyn Frolka, an MSU student in Clinton County nearly two years ago, according to the Lansing State Journal.
Christopher Foley, 18, pleaded no contest last week in Washtenaw County to conspiracy to commit armed robbery. He was charged in connection with the death of Frolka, who was found lying on Interstate 69 in Bath Township in February 2014.
Frolka was beaten while riding in a moving car and either jumped or was pushed out. Foley wasn't present at the time, but he helped plan the robbery and cover up the murder.
The investigation showed he helped plan the robbery. Samantha Grigg, another convicted suspect who took a plea deal, said Foley helped burn Frolka's clothing and other evidence in a wooded area near Saline.
The Bath Township Police Department declined a request for comment Wednesday morning.
Bath Township police are closing their investigation into Frolka's death and Foley is set for sentencing on Jan. 28.