Another DeBrodie Caretaker Pleads Guilty to Charges in Connection to His Death

Another person charged in connection to the death of developmentally disabled man Carl DeBrodie is pleading guilty.

Mary K. Paulo, a former employee of a Second Chance Homes in Fulton, Missouri residential treatment facility, pleaded guilty yesterday in federal in Jefferson City to obstruction of justice.

She is accused of signing documents many of which attested she had cared for DeBrodie even though she had not seen him in months.

Paulo faces a maximum of 24 months of incarceration.

Paulo’s mother, Sherry Paulo, and father, Anthony Flores, have previously pleaded guilty to criminal civil rights charges related to DeBrodie’s death.