Guilty Plea in Autograph Dealer’s Death

Prosecutors continue to pursue convictions in the death of Seth Boyd last spring.

One of two people charged in a case involving the sale of tainted heroin has pleaded guilty to conspiracy charges.

Stephanie Gray, 24, admitted to District Judge Gregory M. Sleet that she allowed her boyfriend, Joseph Bentley, to use her phone and car to conduct drug sales.

She also said she helped him negotiate some sales, including one to well-known sports autograph dealer Seth Boyd. Prosecutors say Boyd died in April due to fentanyl-laced heroin that he bought from Bentley.

Bentley was indicted last month.