Just minutes after hearing the jury's guilty verdict Thursday afternoon, Kaleb Layton Laatsch huddled on a courthouse bench with his wife, Sarah. Tears ran down their faces as the reality of the situation began to sink in.

They are the same tears of fears and frustration the couple has shed many times during the past 18 months.

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