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Jury finds man guilty in deadly 2012 Flint home invasion

The Genesee County prosecutor's office says Wednesday that a jury found Marcus Howell guilty of attempted murder, first-degree criminal sexual conduct, armed robbery, home invasion and using a firearm during a felony. (Photo: Genesee County Prosecutor's Office)

FLINT, Mich. — A 23-year-old man currently serving prison time in a separate case has been convicted in a break-in that left two men dead in Flint.

The Genesee County prosecutor's office says Wednesday that a jury found Marcus Howell guilty of attempted murder, first-degree criminal sexual conduct, armed robbery, home invasion and using a firearm during a felony.

A woman was sexually assaulted and her throat was slashed during a 2012 home invasion.

Forty-year-old Patrick Boven and 54-year-old Randy Phillips were shot to death.

Prosecutor David Leyton's office says Howell was in prison for a 2013 felonious assault when new evidence from the home invasion was obtained.

Leyton says he is disappointed a murder conviction was not obtained in the 2012 case.

Howell is scheduled for sentencing on October 24.

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