MCKENZIE BRIDGE, Ore. -- A man accused of killing a woman and setting a home on fire in McKenzie Bridge last year was found guilty Thursday afternoon following a jury trial.
Robert Connelly was found guilty of murder, arson and two counts of theft.
The body of Ronni Blair was found in the burned-out home in the 5600 block of Hall Road in January 2017.
The jury deliberated for about three hours.
Connelly’s sentencing is scheduled for Nov. 21.
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