After more than three years following the death of Donald Mills, one of the subjects involved in his murder has been found guilty.
Late Thursday evening a Knox County jury returned a guilty verdict on the charges of reckless homicide, first degree robbery, impersonating a police officer, and tampering with physical evidence levied against Patrick Baker, originally of London, who was arrested days after Mills’ death on May 9, 2014. Baker’s fate was put on hold earlier this year when his first trial ended when the judge declared a mistrial.
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