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Third Buffalo teen pleads guilty to attempted murder in vicious downtown attack

A 15-year-old has become the third person to plead guilty to second-degree attempted murder in connection with a vicious attack last fall in downtown Buffalo.

Larry Durham Jr., of Buffalo, admitted stomping a 64-year-old man on Sept. 22 at Ellicott Street and Broadway, the Erie County District Attorney's Office announced.

Last week, Aaron Gallon, 18, and Armontae Moss, 16, both also of Buffalo, pleaded guilty to participating in the attack, which left the victim with severe injuries including head trauma and skull fractures.

Durham is scheduled to be sentenced June 7. He faces a sentence of 3 1/3 to 10 years.

The three were initially charged with attempted murder, gang assault and assault.

Two teens plead guilty to attempted murder for stomping 64-year-old man

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