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Judge imposes death penalty for man convicted of double murder

Paul Henry

YORK COUNTY — A judge in York County imposed the death penalty Thursday against a man convicted of double murder, the York County District Attorney’s Office confirms to FOX43.

Paul Henry’s sentencing comes two days after a jury found him guilty of two counts of first-degree murder and robbery.

In September 2016, Henry, along with his wife Veronique — who later hanged herself in prison — shot and killed Danielle Taylor, 26, and Foday Cheeks, 31, at a residence in Fawn Township.