A man from Buffalo has been found guilty of stabbing and killing his boss in December 2017.
Adam Redding was convicted of degree murder and armed criminal action in a Dallas County courtroom on Wednesday.
Prosecutors say the murder happened because Redding got angry when his boss got onto him about being late. His boss was Carroll Ford, 73, who owned a farm near Louisburg.
Court documents say Redding stabbed Ford more than 30 times, and later went back to check if he was still alive, but he was already dead.
Redding also pleaded guilty to two counts of forgery. He’s scheduled to be sentenced on October 11th.