Man found guilty on six counts of Murder in Christmas Day Killings 

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PONTIAC – A Cullom man has been found guilty on six counts of Murder in the killing of his wife, adult son, and neighbor on Christmas Day 2019.

A Livingston County jury found Clifford Brewer, 55 of Cullom, guilty on six counts of First Degree Murder Tuesday afternoon.  

Brewer shot and killed his wife, 48-year-old Shirley Brewer, son, 27-year-old Christian Brewer, and his neighbor, 51-year-old Norman Walker who happened to be in his house at the time of the killings.

Closing arguments in the case were earlier this morning.  Prosecutors had tried to argue Brewers wife shot herself after first shooting their son and neighbor. 

The jury was out for hours before coming back with the guilty verdict.

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