Homeless Man Pleads Guilty in Bangor Death 

Catherine Pegram

A homeless man in Bangor is now waiting to be sentenced, after pleading guilty to manslaughter for beating another man to death at amakeshift camp in the woods along I-95.58-year-old Stephen James admitted in court Thursday that he killed 63-year-old Clyde Worcester in April of last year. As part of a plea agreement, the murder charge against him was downgraded to manslaughter.James faces up to 25 years in prison.Sentencing is expected in late August or early September.