Rochester, NY -- A Monroe County jury has found Natalie Johnson guilty of two counts of second degree murder in the February 3rd slaying of RIT professor Edline Chun (pictured)..
Prosecutors say Johnson and an accomplice entered Chun’s home on Hazelwood Terrace, robbed her and shot her twice in the head. Her body was discovered three days later in a ravine in Tryon Park. Police arrested Johnson and Jerrell Henry the following day, when Henry was discovered with Chun’s car.
Prosecutor Perry Duckles calls it a "cold blooded crime," saying the victim was murdered solely for her possessions.
Johnson will be sentenced on December 3rd -- the same day Henry's trial is set to start.