One of the three people charged in the death of 15 year old Khighla Parks plead guilty Friday to two of the three counts against him. According to reports, Larry Warner of Springfield was one of the 3 individuals arrested following a body being discovered on Truman Lake in 2012, which turned out to be Parks. Police say that Parks had become friends with another person involved in the case, Anthony Balbirnie, and Warner had taken them both to a home of Amy Hartley in Buffalo. There Parks, Warner and Balbirnie spent time watching pornography and had sex with each other until Warner left. Reports show that Parks possibly died from asphyxiation during an encounter with Balbirnie and then Balbirnie and Hartley proceeded to dump Parks into Truman Lake with weights, but her body floated to the top. Hartley had a court date back in October and Balbirnie has one in March 2015. Warner did not plead guilty to charges of 2nd degree murder.