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Suspect found guilty in RIT professor slaying
Rochester, NY - A jury Monday afternoon found Natalie Johnson guilty of two counts of second-degree murder for her role in the death of RIT Professor Edline Chun.
On February 3, Johnson and an accomplice entered Chun's home on Hazelwood Terrace in Rochester where they robbed her and later shot her twice in the head. Her body was discovered in a ravine in Tryon Park three days later. Police arrested Johnson and Jerrell Henry the following day, when Henry was discovered with Chun's car.
Johnson faces up to 25 years to life in prison. She'll be sentenced on December 3 before Judge Francis Affronti. The trial of her alleged accomplice, Jerrell Henry, starts on that same day.