A Myrtle Creek man has been convicted of murdering two relatives in a family with relationships so complicated that authorities once released a diagram to show their connections. Timothy Allen Henson, 44, was found guilty Thursday after a three-day bench trial presided over by Coos County Circuit Judge Richard Barron in Coquille. After ruling Henson was guilty of two counts of aggravated murder, Barron sentenced him to life in prison, with the possibility of parole after 60 years. Henson also was convicted of two counts of second-degree kidnapping and one count of fourth-degree assault. The murders occurred Sept. 2, 2012, …
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