Gaithersburg Man Found Guilty of Murder (PHOTO)

A 28-year-old Gaithersburg man, Tavon Miles, faces life in prison after  jurors convicted him on Tuesday of first-degree felony murder, armed robbery, and first-degree burglary.

Miles was charged with the death of Marc St. Aubin in March of 2014.



The verdict comes after a six-day trial in Judge Joseph Quirk’s courtroom.

“We are pleased with this verdict,” said Ramon Korionoff, a spokersperson for the Montgomery County State’s Attorney’s office.  “Mr. Miles is a dangerous man, now he is off the streets.”

Sentencing is set for Jan. 16, 2016.

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Maureen Chowdhury

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One Response to “Gaithersburg Man Found Guilty of Murder (PHOTO)”

  1. On October 15, 2015 at 6:21 pm responded with... #

    This is why you shouldnt sell drugs because the law doesnot protect your belongings if your ENGAGED in The illegal sale of drugs… Unfortunatly we have another young black man whos life is thrown away for trying to rob Narcotics! … While the victim (white male) was a pistol toting drug dealer registered or not we all Know you cannot use a firearm in the commission of a felony the system is rigged and not meant to protect african anericans… Look up your laws and see that this man has been tried injustly the guy waS shot several times for trying to steal something that the law does not protect. This is not pre-meditated Nor Can they charge him for robberey 2 wrongs do not make anything Right! Comming from a student in criminal justice i see faults in this case but whats done is done hes DEFINITELY involved im thinking ACCOMPLICE to Murder…

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