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March 8, 2021
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Triple Homicide
(wgvu) - A fourth suspect has been convicted in
connection with a triple homicide in Kalamazoo County nearly eight
years ago.
A jury found 31-year-old Andrew Miller guilty Thursday of three
counts of felony murder as well as home invasion.
Ninety-three-year-old Marinus Polderman, his 91-year-old wife,
Sally, and their 63-year-old daughter, Anna Lewis, died Aug. 31,
2000, in the Polderman's Pavilion Township home.
A jury found Jerome Williams guilty last week of first-degree
murder, perjury and home invasion.
A jury in December convicted 28-year-old Benjamin Platt of
first-degree murder, while 26-year-old Brandy Miller pleaded guilty
to second-degree murder and awaits sentencing.
Twenty-four-year-old Angela McConnell faces trial July 29.
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