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Levack guilty on all counts

May 4, 2012
The Daily News

CRYSTAL FALLS - David Anthony Levack was found guilty today of felony counts of open murder, felony murder, home invasion, and witness intimidation in the death of 81-year-old Joyce Johnson of Stambaugh Township.

Levack, 45, was accused of killing Johnson before she could testify against him in a stolen property trial on Sept. 27, 2011.

The jury was asked to render a guilty or not guilty verdict on four separate charges:

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- Open murder, which can either be first degree premeditated murder or second degree murder. Jurors found Levack guilty of first degree premeditated murder.

- Felony murder, which is murder committed while another felony crime is being or has been committed.

- Home invasion, which is breaking into a dwelling either with a dangerous weapon or while another person is lawfully in the dwelling.

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- Witness intimidation, which is discouraging someone from attending, giving information, or testifying at a court proceeding.

For more on the Iron County trial and the jury's decision, please see Saturday's edition of The Daily News.

 
 

 

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