Man pleads guilty to battery in fatal Bensenville clerk shooting

March 27, 2014 2:58:15 PM PDT
A suburban man pleaded guilty to charges in connection with the shooting death of a clerk at a tobacco shop in Bensenville.

Kenneth Bardlett, 20, entered his plea Thursday on one count of aggravated battery with a firearm.

Prosecutors say he confronted Hussein Saghir outside Sam's Tobacco and Food Mart store.

Saghir was shot after an altercation. Two others have also been charged.

Prosecutors say Bardlett has to testify against the others at their trials.