Frank Antrobius will be facing 22 to 55 years in prison after the jury deliberated for hours on Tuesday.
Antrobius was found guilty on counts nine through 12, which were sexual abuse in the 1st degree and sexual abuse by a parent, guardian, or custodian.
The jury found Antrobius not guilty on counts one through four.
Counts one and three were sexual assault in the 1st degree and counts two and four were sexual abuse by a parent guardian or custodian.
Antrobius is facing a possible 22 to 55 years in prison if the terms are served consecutively.
The trial of Frank Antrobius continued on Tuesday.
Antrobius took the stand to claim his innocence.
His sister-in-law Great Antrobius also testified in his defense.
The case has now gone to the jury.
The jury is still deliberating.
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Jury selection began in the Frank Antrobius trial in Harrison County on Monday, Dec. 9.
Antrobius appeared in court for the jury selection and will appear again on Tuesday, Dec. 10. He will be facing up to 39 felony charges.
Antrobius is charged with 15 counts of sexual abuse by a parent or guardian, six counts of sexual assault in the third degree, 12 counts of incest, and six counts of sexual assault in the first degree. He pleaded not guilty to each count.
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