Fayette Circuit Judge Kimberly Bunnell, left, talked with Donald Southworth on Friday during a bench conference with attorneys during the penalty phase of Southworth's trial. The jury deliberated a little more than three hours Friday before returning with a guilty verdict.
Fayette Circuit Judge Kimberly Bunnell, left, talked with Donald Southworth on Friday during a bench conference with attorneys during the penalty phase of Southworth's trial. The jury deliberated a little more than three hours Friday before returning with a guilty verdict. HERALD-LEADER
Fayette Circuit Judge Kimberly Bunnell, left, talked with Donald Southworth on Friday during a bench conference with attorneys during the penalty phase of Southworth's trial. The jury deliberated a little more than three hours Friday before returning with a guilty verdict. HERALD-LEADER

Jury finds Southworth guilty; recommends life in prison

January 21, 2012 12:00 AM

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