A Vanderbugh County man convicted of killing his wife and severely injuring his two daughters will have to wait a few more days to learn his fate.
Clint Loehrlein was set to be sentenced today.
But that has now been pushed back to next Wednesday.
Last August, Loehrlein was found guilty of shooting and killing his wife, Sherry, and stabbing his adult twin daughters, Cynthia and Nicole.
The attack happened in January of 2017 at the family's Darmstadt home.
After the verdict, defense lawyers asked for a mistrial, due to allegations of juror misconduct.
The judge denied that, allowing the verdict to stand.
(This story was originally published on February 13, 2019)
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