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Minnesota, a man whose wife died after a meth-fuelled ‘kill’ the party has been convicted of

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To the Last man, he was in a meth-fueled “kill the party” with his dying wife, during which, officials say, is that she died of a heroin overdose, was convicted on Monday.

Mr Johnson, 59, was charged with third-degree murder in the death of Debra Johnson, 69. She was found dead at her home in Searles, a town about 100 miles southwest of Minneapolis, in January, the first responders who came in after Johnson called 911 to report her death.

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Mr Johnson, 59, was sentenced to three years in prison for criminal negligence after his wife died of a “death party” of the two, who have reportedly been held earlier in the year.
(The Brown County Sheriff’s Office)

The investigators were Skeptical, wrapped in a sheet, according to WCCO. Deputies said that Johnson claimed that his wife begged him to take her out of a nursing home and leaves her to die in their Minnesota home.

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Johnson, who reportedly told authorities that he and his dying wife, took a few days before her death, the drugs, and later negotiated a plea deal that allowed him to plead guilty to criminal negligence.

He was convicted and sentenced to three years in prison, but is likely to serve 19 months in prison before spending the rest on supervised release, the news outlet reported.

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