ANCHORAGE - A six-year-old homicide case came to a conclusion with the conviction of an Anchorage man.
Roger Wade McKinley on Monday was found guilty of first-degree murder and sexual assault in the 2002 death of Cynthia Henry.
She was found dead under Anchorage's A Street Bridge.
The killing was considered a cold case until a vodka bottle found at the scene with a bloody palm print linked McKinley to the crime.
McKinley's sentencing is scheduled for September.
He faces up to 139 years in prison.
His lawyer plans to appeal the conviction.
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