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Raymond man agrees to plead guilty in death of man in 2012
Public defenders submitted to a judge on Friday a notice of intent to plead guilty signed by Tisbert.
Tisbert, who is being held without bail, allegedly beat Dickinson and then stabbed him to death with a knife inside his home at 14 Floral Ave. during the early morning hours of March 25, 2012. The two men had met earlier in the night at the local VFW post in Raymond.
Tisbert's father, David, told investigators that the encounter between Scott and Malissa Dickinson "was more of a confrontation than an interaction," state police Sgt. John Encarnacao said in a sworn affidavit.
Tisbert had confessed to at least one of his friends that he carried out the murder, court documents say.
Tisbert waived his Miranda rights during a police interview and suggested that an alter ego named "Red" encouraged him to murder.
Dickinson's body was found by his mother on March 25 when she came to his home, police said.
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