(GREAT BEND, Kan.) — A jury has found Adam Longoria guilty of capital murder and sex crimes in the death of a teenage girl from Great Bend.
It took jurors a little more than three hours to convict Longoria of all counts, including burglary and theft of a vehicle.
Alicia DeBolt's burned body was found August 24, 2010 at the asphalt plant where Longoria worked.
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Longoria's conviction will result in an automatic punishment of life in prison without parole when he's formally sentenced June 8th.
DeBolt's family released a statement through the Kansas Attorney General's office, thanking police, prosecutors and the Great Bend community for their efforts and support:
"This journey tested our faith, it tested our bonds, and it tested our strength. In the end, we stand strong as a family knowing that today there is justice for Alicia."