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Tyler Sels found guilty of second-degree murder in death of Charles St. Jean

Jury also finds him guilty of aggravated assault with a knife and assault with a weapon
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A Superior court jury has found Tyler Sels guilty of second-degree murder in the stabbing death of Charles St. Jean in 2018.

Sels, 24, was also found guilty of aggravated assault with a weapon and assault with a weapon. 

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