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Judge sentences handyman in slaying of interior designer

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A handyman has been sentenced in the fatal stabbing of a 69-year-old Detroit-area interior designer.

The Wayne County prosecutor's office says a judge on Tuesday ordered David Corzilius to spend 30 to 60 years in prison for second-degree murder.

Daniel Clancy of Grosse Pointe Farms suffered neck wounds in the March 6 attack. He died in late April.

Corzilius pleaded guilty to second-degree murder earlier this month. He told police that he became upset because Clancy had touched his buttocks the day before the stabbing.

Corzilius' lawyer has said his client had a history of drug problems and mental health issues.

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