Joshua Morrison/News Kevin Remillard, left, 49, is escorted out of court on Friday afternoon by Knox County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Rob Ray and Detective Aaron Phillips, after the jury returned two guillty verdicts, one for murder and a tampering with evidence charge.

Joshua Morrison/Mount Vernon News

Kevin Remillard, left, 49, is escorted out of court on Friday afternoon by Knox County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Rob Ray and Detective Aaron Phillips, after the jury returned two guillty verdicts, one for murder and a tampering with evidence charge. Request this photo

MOUNT VERNON — A Gambier man is facing 15 years to life after being found guilty of murdering his cousin.

Kevin Remillard, 49, was found guilty by a jury Friday in Knox County Common Pleas Court on charges of murder and tampering with evidence. The jury further found Kevin guilty of a firearms specification attached to the murder charge, which carries additional, mandatory prison time.

Kevin appeared calm as the guilty verdicts were read.

Common Pleas Judge Richard Wetzel ordered a presentence investigation and scheduled sentencing for Aug. 24.

 

Nick Sabo: 740-397-5333 or nsabo@mountvernonnews.com and on Twitter, @mountvernonnews

 

 

 

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