Man accused of killing Goshen College professor found guilty

(Photo supplied/Elkhart County Jail)

Guilty. That’s the verdict the jury delivered in the trial of the man accused of killing a Goshen College professor back in October 2011.

Winston Corbett was charged with James Miller’s murder and the attempted murder of his wife, Linda.

The trial lasted eight days. The deliberation lasted less than three hours.

Prosecutors say Corbett entered the Miller’s home went to the bathroom and attacked and stabbed Linda, then attacked and stabbed James in the bedroom, the foyer, and outside the home, near the mailbox where James’ body was found.

Corbett was arrested in 2018 based on DNA evidence. He’s scheduled for sentencing on Dec. 10.

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john w weaver November 13, 2020 at 4:39 am

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