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Jury: Webster County Couple Guilty in Triple Murder Case
Written by Phyllis Smith
Last updated on September 20, 2013 @ 9:10PM
Created on September 20, 2013 @ 6:02PM

Jurors have convicted a Webster County couple in a triple homicide. They were found guilty.

The jury found Michael York guilty of first and second degree murder. His wife is guilty of three counts of voluntary manslaughter.

It took the jury about three hours to deliberate. York was found guilty of second degree murder when it came to Lamar Allen "L.A." Coates. 

For Denise Coates and Dustin Brown, he was found guilty of first degree murder without mercy. The jury also found him guilty of conspiracy and concealment of a dead body.

His wife, Amanda York, was found guilty of three counts of voluntary manslaughter. She's also guilty of conspiracy to hide a dead body.

Michael York will face life in prison without possibility for parole. Amanda York could get one to five years for each of her three counts of voluntary manslaughter. She could also get one to five years for conspiracy to hide a deceased body.

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