WASHINGTON, DC (WUSA) -- One of six suspects in the death of Latisha Frazier plead guilty Friday in DC Superior Court.
Officials say Cynthia Proctor plead guilty to Murder 2, Conspiracy to Commit Murder and Kidnapping.
Proctor signed a statement of facts in which she admitted she was one of a group of people who murdered the 19-year-old.
A press release from the U.S. Attorney's Office states Proctor and the others believed Frazier stole $900 from one of them so they asked her to come to an apartment in Southeast. Proctor and two other women beat her when she arrived, and after they stopped, two men punched and kicked her. Alive and crying, she was then bound with tape and put in a closet. When someone in the group checked on her later, she was dead.
Proctor was among the people who decided to dismember her body and put it in a container in a park. As they began to dismember her body, Proctor became sick and went to the hospital.
Police believe Frazier's remains were dumped into a garbage bin and then likely trucked to a large landfill in Virginia.
Proctor is scheduled to be sentenced on November 4.