A Berrien County man will spend life in prison for shooting, burning, and burying a man two years ago.
John Woods was convicted on of assault, murder, concealing a death, and weapons charges after just two hours of deliberations.
Prosecutors say he shot Travis Sauls in the back and the back of the head, mutilated and burned his body, then buried the remains in Madison County Florida in October 2009.
Woods was sentenced to life in prison plus 10 years.
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