Shreveport man sentenced to 50 years in prison for attempted 2nd degree murder

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(10/3/18) UPDATE: A Caddo Judge sentenced Steven Killingsworth to 50 years in prison, without benefit of parole, probation or suspension of sentence.

Killingsworth was found guilty of attempted second-degree murder last Thursday.

ORIGINAL: A Caddo Parish Jury returned a guilty verdict against a man accused of trying to kill his estranged girlfriend.

Steven Killingsworth, 50, was charged with attempted second-degree murder in the shooting Miriam Tamica Harley multiple times, which resulted in the loss of one of her arms.

It took less than 10 minutes for the four women and eight jury to bring back a unanimous verdict.

Caddo Parish Assistant District Attorneys Pamela Moser and Ron Christopher Stamps were prosecutors in the case, while Killingsworth represented himself, assisted by Michelle Andrepont of the Caddo Parish Public Defenders Office.

Caddo Parish District Judge John Mosley presided.

Killingsworth will be back in court Oct. 3, 2018, for sentencing. He faces a prison sentence from 15 to 65 years.

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