Jury finds man guilty in death of Sun Prairie man

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MADISON, Wis. (WMTV)--- A jury has has found 60-year-old Daniel Lieske guilty of first degree intentional homicide in the death of Jesse Faber.

The jury started deliberating on Tuesday afternoon. A Dane County judge read the jury’s verdict in a Dane County courtroom on Wednesday afternoon.

Lieske claimed the shooting was in self-defense.

Authorities said Lieske shot Faber during a fight inside Lieske's home in January 2018. Lieske then hid Faber's body in a storage unit in Rio.

"This was life altering not only for our entire family who has been there through all of it with us and without them I don't think I would have made it," April Faber, mother of Jesse Faber said. "It's been a long year, a long time."

Lieske pleaded guilty on Jan. 2 to hiding the body of Faber. Meichelle Goss, Lieske's girlfriend, pleaded guilty in December 2018 to hiding a corpse.

"You'll never have complete closure," Dan Faber, Jesse Faber's dad said.