Man gets life for killing mom, grandma

April 11, 2009 7:13:37 AM PDT
A Lubbock man convicted of the 2006 strangling of his mother and grandmother must serve an automatic life prison term. Prosecutors did not seek the death penalty against 22-year-old Steven Tyler Logan, who was convicted of capital murder. Logan is not eligible for parole.

The victims were 52-year-old Vicki Logan and 73-year-old Wanda Faye Turner. The women were found slain in Turner's home.

Prosecutor Tray Payne said Logan, convicted Thursday night, was a spoiled child who killed his relatives out of greed when they cut off his money and sent him packing.

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