A Noble County jury deliberated more than five hours before finding Michael Johnson guilty on all counts in the murders of Justin Adams and Amanda Feldstein.
The murders happened March 5th at an apartment complex in downtown Ligonier and were apparently over a $10-thousand dollar Prada designer purse.
Judge Robert Kirsch will sentence Johnson January 11th on two counts of murder, two counts of murder during a felony, and one count of attempted murder.
The murder charges carry up to 65 years in prison and the attempted murder charge up to 40 years. Another 6 to 20 years could be added for being a habitual offender.
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