Possible plea agreement in killing of NIU freshman
April 2, 2013 (DEKALB, Ill.) (WLS) -- Attorneys for a DeKalb man accused of killing a Northern Illinois University freshman in 2010 met with prosecutors Tuesday to discuss a possible plea agreement.
The remains of 18-year-old Antinette Keller were found buried in a park. She vanished after telling a friend she was going to work on an art project.
Keller was from Plainfield.
William Curl, 36, is accused of murder, arson and sexual assault in connection with Keller's death.
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