Man dies after conviction in Ariz.
PHOENIX – A man collapsed in court and died after being convicted Thursday of deliberately burning down his $3.5 million Phoenix mansion.
Maricopa County sheriff’s deputies said they were investigating whether Michael Marin put something in his mouth that led to his death after the verdict was read.
“We will have to wait until we get toxicology reports from the medical examiner until we can confirm if he did and what the substance was,” sheriff’s spokesman Jeff Sprong said in a written statement.
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