Bayfield County Jury finds 22-year-old guilty of homicide in 2011 stabbingSubmitted: 02/14/2013
Bayfield County Jury finds 22-year-old guilty of homicide in 2011 stabbing
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ASHLAND - A Bayfield County jury has found a 22-year-old man guilty of reckless homicide in a fatal stabbing on the Lac Courts Oreilles Indian Reservation.

Marvin Corbine was also found guilty of attempted first-degree intentional homicide for wounding the victim's brother in the same home invasion in April 2011.

A criminal complaint says Sawyer County sheriff's deputies and tribal police responded to a residence where a fight was taking place. Twenty-three-year-old John McDaniel was fatally stabbed and his brother, Derrick, was critically wounded.

Corbine will be sentenced May 8.

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