Jurors in the first-degree murder trial of a Plantation man accused of the brutal home invasion murder of his landlord two years ago returned guilty verdicts on all 10 felony charges against him early Wednesday.

Randy W. Tundidor, 45, now must enter the second phase of his trial, likely to begin in September when jurors will decide whether he will be sentenced to Death Row or life in prison for the murder of Joseph Morrissey, a Nova Southeastern University professor and researcher who rented a town house to Tundidor.

Morrissey was stabbed to death and then his house was set on fire while his wife and young child remained inside.

Linda Morrissey, the victim’s widow, did not express emotion after a court clerk read aloud the jury’s verdict.


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