DETROIT (AP) — A man faces a mandatory sentence of life in prison without parole after being convicted in the February slayings of three men at a Detroit home.
The Times Herald of Port Huron reports a jury this week convicted 39-year-old Russell Govett of St. Clair of charges including three counts of first-degree murder and larceny.
Sentencing is Jan. 12.
Govett was charged in the Feb. 2 shooting deaths of 57-year-old Paul McBride of Detroit, 42-year-old Eric Bouford of suburban Detroit and 64-year-old Bruce Nicaise of Utica.
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Michigan Department of Corrections records say he was released from prison in February 2016 after being sentenced to 10 to 30 years in 2006 in the overdose death of 26-year-old James Walsh of Port Huron. Officials said he distributed drugs at a house party.
Information from: Times Herald, http://www.thetimesherald.com