Convicted faces life in prison for killing parents
By Sarah Bennett
Tuesday, January 24, 2012 at 4:11 pm (Updated: January 24, 10:53 pm)
Before Judge Ken Howard read the prison sentence Tuesday, Erik Buggeland took a moment to scan the nearly full courtroom, filled with media, attorneys and the family and friends of others waiting to go before the judge.
Buggeland, 36, pleaded guilty but mentally ill in December to charges of killing his parents, Terje and Margaret Buggeland, in September 2010.
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