South Bend double homicide suspect found guilty

(Photo supplied/St. Joseph County jail)

The second of six men charged in a South Bend double homicide has been found guilty.

A jury found 35-year-old Joshua Sage guilty of two counts of murder and a count of dealing methamphetamine. He’s facing up to 130 years in prison, depending on how a judge sentences him on June 13 and if the judge decides to run any sentences concurrently.

Sage was involved in what court documents say was a drug deal gone wrong in August 2017. Anton James and Damon Bethel were shot to death as a result.

38-year-old Robert Brady Junior has been sentenced to 18 and a half years in prison for his drug-dealing role. Four others cases are pending, with trials set for all but one of them this summer.


  1. Goodbye Joshua Sage! Enjoy prison life and embrace your newly founded homosexual life style.


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