Jury convicts man of aiding 2019 murder of Minneapolis realtor

Thursday, a Hennepin County jury found a man guilty of aiding the murder of a Minneapolis realtor in 2019.

Lyndon Wiggins, 37, was convicted of aiding and abetting first-degree murder in the New Year’s Eve death of 28-year-old Monique Baugh. The jury also found him guilty of aiding and abetting attempted first-degree murder, aiding and abetting kidnapping, and aiding and abetting first-degree murder while committing kidnapping.

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His sentencing is set for June 22. According to the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office, the mandatory sentence for aiding first-degree murder is life in prison without the possibility of release.

Several others were also charged in Baugh’s death.

Elsa Segura was convicted in September of the same charges as Wiggins and was sentenced to life in prison without the chance for parole. Cedric Berry and Berry Davis were both convicted of murder, attempted murder and kidnapping and sentenced to life in prison without any chance for release last July. Additionally, Shante Davis — who is charged with aiding an offender after the fact — is scheduled to go on trial on Oct. 24.