LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - A man found guilty of murdering a Lafayette man is sentenced to more than 100 years behind bars.
Thursday morning, Edward Zaragoza was sentenced to 120 years in prison for the murder of Kory Rogers in July 2010.
In July, Zaragoza was found guilty of all his charges, including murder, conspiracy to commit robbery, and several others.
During the second phase of the trial, the jury also found Zaragoza guilty of possession of a firearm by a violent felon.
During phase three of Zaragoza's trial, the court found him guilty of theft in Benton County in 2003, guilty of receiving stolen property back in 1997 in Hendricks County and burglary in Tippecanoe County that same year.
As Purdue classes end for the semester, campus bar representatives and local law enforcement met to discuss what they noticed during the semester.
More than 45 kids got a special Christmas gift from the mayor of Lafayette.
Authorities make two arrests Monday night in connection with a counterfeiting case.