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Man gets 2 consecutive life terms without parole in Pa. slayings

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DOYLESTOWN, Pa. - A man convicted of first-degree murder in the shooting deaths of two men at a Philadelphia-area campground two years ago was sentenced to two consecutive life terms without possibility of parole.Jurors in Bucks County deliberated for about seven hours last week before convicting Miles Jones of two first-degree murder counts in the October 2019 deaths at Homestead Family Campgrounds in West Rockhill Township.Jones, 42, was also convicted of weapons offenses and more than a dozen counts of recklessly endangering another person, one for each other person present at the annual gathering of friends and relatives at the campground.Prosecutors said an early morning argument began between Jones and his girlfriend, and he was.

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