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Minnesota man convicted of murder in 2011 dies in prison

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ST. PAUL — Delbert Huber, the rural Paynesville man sentenced to more than 30 years in prison for shooting and killing a man in a feud between neighbors in October 2011, has died.

A spokeswoman from the state Department of Corrections said Huber died Wednesday night. Foul play was not suspected.

Huber, 83, was sentenced in September 2012 to 367 months in prison, the maximum sentence allowed on a second-degree murder charge.

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