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Fort Washington teen pleads guilty to murdering food delivery man A Fort Washington teen has pleaded guilty to the murder of a food delivery man, the Prince George County state attorney office announced Thursday. Lloyd Christopher Everett, 18, entered a guilty plea to Prince George County Circuit Court Judge Nicholas Rattal for one count of murder in the first degree and use of a handgun in the commission of a felony for the murder of Jin Chin, 22, of Temple Hills. Everett faces up to life in prison, with all but 50 years suspended. According to Everett plea agreement, on June 19, 2008, Everett, and two other males Andre Blake Washington, 20, of Oxon Hill and Rodney Timothy Berry, 16, of Fort Washington were riding around in Washington car. Following Everett lead, the men agreed to rob a delivery man from the Szechuan Delight Restaurant in Fort Washington. The men placed a phony delivery order to lure the employee that evening, and when Chin arrived at a home at 401 Vista Way, Washington hid his car nearby while he and Everett hid in brushes near the road, according to the plea agreement. Berry then approached Chin while he sat in his car. Everett approached the driver side, pulled out a handgun and ordered Chin to give him money. Chin car rolled forward, hitting Everett as he fired his gun, shooting Chin twice in the upper body. Acting on a tip, Everett, Berry and Washington were interviewed by the Prince George County Police Department in September and admitted their involvement in the robbery and murder of Chin. All three were charged with first degree murder. is good that [Everett] is facing justice. He is being held accountable for his deliberate and willful attack on a restaurant delivery man, said Glenn F. Ivey (D), Prince George County state attorney, in a statement. hope for the full sentence of 50 years to show the community that these kinds of crimes are not tolerated in Prince George County. attorney, Debra Jones, whose office is in Upper Marlboro, did not immediately return calls for comment Thursday.