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Indiana man sentenced to 115 years for killing professor as a teen

Indiana man sentenced to 115 years for killing professor as a teen
In 2011, Winston Corbett, then 16, fatally stabbed a professor who tried to protect his wife after the teen stabbed her 23 times.

xml:space="preserve"> xml:space="preserve"> Second case of UK COVID variant believed to be found in Colorado A young Indiana man has been sentenced to more than a century behind bars for fatally stabbing a college professor and wounding the man’s wife in a 2011 home invasion.Winston Corbett, 25, was sentenced on Monday to 65 years for murder and 50 years for attempted murder, for a total 115 years, The Associated Press reports.Winston Corbett (ELKHART COUNTY PROSECUTOR'S OFFICE) In October 2011, the then-16-year-old Corbett fatally stabbed James Miller, 58, when the biology professor went to protect his wife, Linda, who survived despite being stabbed 23 times, The Elkhart Truth reports.Most Read Corbett wasn’t formally charged until November 2018, with Elkhart County Prosecutor Vicki Elaine Becker crediting genetic genealogy for solving the horrific crime.

“There are many days that I want to die because I couldn’t stand the pain,” Linda Miller testified during the virtual hearing Monday.“There are also many days that I made plans to die because the pain was unbearable.

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