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Jury: Daniel Marsh sane during murder of Davis couple


A Yolo County jury on Tuesday found that Daniel Marsh was sane when he murdered a Davis couple.

He faces the possibility of life in prison without parole when he is sentenced. Marsh, 17, is ineligible for the death penalty because of his age.

He had been convicted of lying in wait, torture and two counts of first-degree murder. He was accused of stabbing to death Oliver "Chip" Northup, 87, and his wife Claudia Maupin, 76, in their condominium in April 2013.

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Live coverage: Daniel Marsh trial, sanity phase


UPDATE 2:04 p.m.: A Yolo County jury has found that Daniel Marsh was sane during the murders of a Davis couple. Click here to read more.

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Daniel William Marsh was found guilty of two counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of a Davis couple by a Yolo County jury on Friday. Jurors are now deliberating the sanity phase of the trial. If Marsh is found to be sane, he faces the possibility of life in prison without parole when he is sentenced. He is ineligible for the death penalty because of his age.

News10's Nick Monacelli is Tweeting the closing arguments live.

Jurors determining competency for Davis teen convicted of torture, murders


WOODLAND, CALIF. – A teenager convicted of torturing and murdering an elderly Davis couple will soon learn where he'll serve his sentence.

Testimony for the sanity phase of the Daniel Marsh trial wrapped up Monday afternoon. Jurors will hear closing arguments from the prosecution and defense before beginning deliberations Tuesday.

Marsh, 17, was found guilty of torturing and killing 87-year-old Oliver Northup and his 76-year-old wife Claudia Maupin in April 2013.

STORY:
Davis teen convicted of couple's murders

The teen targeted the couple at random, after looking for a Davis home he could break into. He then tortured them before killing them in their bed.

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Davis teen convicted of couple's murders


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Daniel William Marsh was found guilty of two counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of a Davis couple by a Yolo County jury on Friday.

Marsh, 17, was also convicted of lying in wait, torture and multiple murders He was accused of stabbing to death Oliver "Chip" Northup, 87, and his wife Claudia Maupin, 76, in their condominium in April 2013.

Jurors began deliberating Friday morning. They took about an hour and a half to reach their verdict.