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Conviction in Stabbings on the Lac Courts Oreilles Reservation Submitted: 02/14/2013
Conviction in Stabbings on the Lac Courts Oreilles  Reservation
Story By Associated Press

HAYWARD - A Bayfield County jury has says 22 year old Marvin Corbine is guilty of reckless homicide in a stabbing on the Lac Courts Oreilles Reservation.

Corbine was also found guilty of attempted murder for wounding the victim's brother in a home invasion in 2011.

The criminal complaint says Sawyer County sheriff's deputies and tribal police responded to a fight was taking place in April of 2011.

23 year old John McDaniel died after being stabbed.

His brother, Derrick, was critically wounded.

Corbine will be sentenced May 8th.

(Copyright 2013 Associated Press - All Rights Reserved)

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