One of three teens indicted in the killing of a Granby man in February has rejected a plea deal.


The Oswego County District Attorney's office offered deals to Michael Celi, Glenwood Carr Junior, and Zachary Scott for the stabbing death of Anthony Miller in his home.  Officials say Scott turned down an offer to plead guilty to burglary in the first degree and get 18 years in prison.  Scott was indicted on several charges, including second degree murder.  Carr and Celi are expected in court on Monday.  The three were allegedly planning to rob Miller.