VAN BUREN COUNTY, Mich. — Timothy Andrews was sentenced Monday to between 20 and 23 years in prison for his involvement in the 2002 murders of Roberta and Carlin Noble.
Andrews, 44, pleaded guilty June 5 to second-degree murder. Investigators believe he helped cover up the murders and set the Nobles’ home on fire.
Two other people, Michelle Gogins and Ronald Spangler Jr., are currently serving life sentences for the murders. Andrews was already in prison for perjury in connection with this case when prosecutors brought new charges against him.
Roberta and Carlin Noble were found dead in their home Aug. 29, 2002.