TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — A Tucson man convicted of wounding his ex-girlfriend and fatally shooting her new boyfriend has been sentenced to 58 years in prison.

Pima County prosecutors say 38-year-old Daniel Benjamin Miller was sentenced Monday.

A jury last November found Miller guilty of second-degree murder, attempted first-degree murder and aggravated assault.

According to Tucson police, 54-year-old Michael Grove was visiting the woman at her home in June 2018 when Miller arrived.

Police say Miller shot both victims before driving off in a pickup truck.

Grove died at a hospital. Miller’s former girlfriend recovered.

Her name hasn’t been released.

Police say Miller fled Tucson and was arrested a few days later in Phoenix.

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