MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The jury trial starts Monday for a Twin Cites man charged with multiple counts of murder.

In October, a grand jury indicted Lucifer Nguyen on four murder charges. They were added to nine other charges against him, including assault, kidnapping and burglary.

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Nguyen’s alleged crime spree happened in July. Mendota Heights police say he robbed a grandmother and later broke into a senior care facility.

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They say he later shot and killed a woman, Beverly Cory, while on the run.

It took officers three days to find him.

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He could be sentenced to more than a 100 years in prison if convicted.