KENTWOOD, Mich. – A western Michigan man has pleaded guilty in the fatal stabbings of his housemate and another man in separate incidents.
Sentencing is scheduled Sept. 3 for George Yzaguirre, WOOD-TV reported.
Court records show that Yzaguirre, 37, entered the pleas Aug. 4 to felony murder and first-degree murder in the deaths of Ed Fuller, 63, and David Isner, 34.
Police said workers at a Home Depot store called 911 in December to report that Yzaguirre walked in and said he wanted to turn himself in for two killings.
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Isner was stabbed in late November and his body was dumped outdoors. He had shared a Kentwood duplex with Yzaguirre.
Kentwood police have said Yzaguirre killed his housemate because he “was offended by something that Isner said to him.”
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