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Jury finds NJ man guilty of manslaughter for killing romantic rival


CAMDEN, New Jersey — A man already serving time for a stabbing death in Pennsylvania has been found guilty of killing a man in Camden in a dispute over a woman.

A Camden County jury convicted Laurie Wint of manslaughter and weapons offenses on Friday. Prosecutors presented evidence to show that Wint shot Kevin Miller in a Camden park in June 2011 after Miller learned that Wint had spent the day with a woman Miller was dating.

Wint allegedly shot Miller in the chest.

The 26-year-old Wint is already in prison after he pleaded guilty to fatally stabbing of a man in Warminster, Pennsylvania, in July 2011.

Wint faces a potential maximum sentence of 20 years on the manslaughter count and 10 years on the weapons charges. He's scheduled to be sentenced August 29.

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