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Sparks Man Found Guilty of First Degree Murder

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A jury has reached a verdict in the case a man accused of murdering a Sparks woman and leaving her body in a shallow grave.

57-year-old Thomas Brant was found guilty of first degree murder in the death of 50-year-old Kimberly Seaton.

Seaton was reported missing back in December. Her body was found in Brant's backyard a few days later at his home on C street.

At the time, police said Brant confessed to the murder.

Brant is scheduled to be sentenced on July 10th.

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