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Suspect in Joliet slayings enters plea agreement

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A woman accused of three others in the strangulation deaths of two Joliet men has pleaded guilty to concealing a homicide and robbery charges.

The Joliet Herald-News reported Alisa R. Massaro will receive a 10-year prison sentence in exchange for her testimony.

Will County prosecutors say Massaro hosted the party where Eric Glover and Terrence Rankins, both 22, were killed in January 2013.

Twenty-year-old Adam M. Landerman, 19-year-old Bethany L. McKee and 25-year-old Joshua F. Miner have pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder charges.

Authorities say the suspects invited the victims to Massaro's home to hang out and play video games. After the slayings, McKee left the house and told her father what happened, who notified police, authorities said. The suspects were still playing video games when police arrived.

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