Brandon Clark, who’s accused of killing 17-year-old Bianca Devins, has pleaded not responsible to second-degree murder, based on his lawyer, Luke Nebush of the Oneida County Public Defender’s Workplace.
As required by the judge, the District Lawyer’s office made a proposal for Clark to plead responsibly and serve 25 years to life. However, Clark rejected the supply, mentioned Oneida County District Attorney Scott McNamara.
Clark, is accused of killing Devins on July 14 after which posting ugly footage of her body on-line. She was discovered along with her throat cut.
Clark was hospitalized after he killed himself in the neck at the time of arrest, however, is now is being taken at Oneida County Correctional Facility, based on Utica police Lt. Bryan Coronato.
Police mentioned Clark and Devins met on Instagram about two months in the past and grew close.
Authorities stated they have been driving back from a concert in New York City when an argument between the two precipitated her death.
“He is along with her in the car. The attack occurs in the car,” Coronato mentioned on Wednesday.
“The motive remains to be something we want into. … We’re trying at the dynamics of the relationship, what the relationship meant to him, what the relationship meant to her. There was a relationship, and it probably was more serious to him than it was to her.”
Devins, a high school graduate, had amassed a big social media following throughout a number of platforms.
She was particularly well-known in the on-line gaming community.