ROCHESTER, New York — A western New York woman faces up to 25 years to life in prison for her role in the death of a college professor whose body was found in a ravine at a Rochester park.
A jury in October convicted Natalie Johnson of two counts of second-degree murder in the death of 73-year-old Edline Chun, a professor at Rochester Institute of Technology.
Johnson is scheduled to be sentenced in state Supreme Court on Dec. 18.
Authorities say Johnson and her boyfriend entered Chun's Rochester home Feb. 3, robbed her and shot her twice in the head. Her body was discovered in Tryon Park three days later.
Johnson's boyfriend is being tried separately.