Huguely Found Guilty of Murder

CHARLOTTSVILLE, Va.—A jury found George Huguely V guilty of the 2010 beating death of his ex-girlfriend Yeardley Love.

The jury, which announced the verdict Wednesday, specifically found Huguely guilty of second degree murder and grand larceny. He could face five to 40 years for the murder conviction and 20 years for the grand larceny conviction, reports Good Morning America.

Huguely had a history of problems with alcohol, having been arrested in 2008 for being drunk in public and threatening the life of a police patrolwoman.

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