A Rocky Mount man is expected to find out his fate this week after, recently, entering a guilty plea on charges of abandoning a corpse and tampering with physical evidence. 45-year-old Darrell Dwayne Willis was charged in the case dating back to early May of 2016 after helping Charles Swon, the common law husband of Joanna Anderson, dispose of her body after it had been dismembered. Swon later died of cancer and Willis led authorities to the body at the dump site off Red Arrow Road. Earlier this month, in exchange for two counts of tampering with evidence being dropped, Willis withdrew his not guilty plea and entered an open plea to the remaining charges. The open plea leaves sentencing up to the Honorable Kenneth Michael Hayden who presided over the case since it was bound over to the circuit court. Sentencing is set for Tuesday morning in Morgan County.