Elkhart man accused of killing estranged wife’s new lover to have trial in March

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He’s accused of killing his estranged wife’s new boyfriend and dumping him in a sewer in LaPorte County. Now, he knows when he’ll head to trial.

Scotty Irvin, 41, will stand trial on Mar. 20, 2017 for shooting Mark Huber, who was dating his wife, according to the Elkhart Truth.

Huber’s body was found in a sewer main the day after Thanksgiving at the Kingsbury Fish and Wildlife Area in LaPorte County. Not a lot of details have been released since court records are sealed. However, police believe Irvin shot Huber in Goshen before driving to LaPorte County.

Irvin is facing 45 to 65 years in prison if convicted.

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