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Last updated on Wednesday, January 1, 2014
(BLOOMINGTON) - Michael Angle Jr. was sentenced in October 2013 to 65 years in the 2011 stabbing death of Lauren Kahn.
A jury found Angle guilty of voluntary manslaughter and murder committed during the commission of a robbery on September 6th 2013.
Angle told jurors he remembered walking into the Garden of Eden the night he stabbed Kahn to death and that he left the store. But he blanked out what happened inside, and "came to" with a bloody knife in his hand and a dying woman at his feet. He ran from the store, and threw his Gerber folding knife into the street before fleeing in his mother's minivan.
Angle told jurors he went to the South Walnut Street adult entertainment store the night of Nov. 14, 2011 to look at merchandise, with no intent to rob or kill.
Angle stabbed Kahn more than 20 times; he told police she uttered the words "no more" during the brutal attack. She had multiple stab wounds to her torso and chest, and deep cuts to her neck she died at the scene.
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