A man accused of fatally shooting a hairdressor and her companion was found guilty of first-degree murder, a court clerk said Friday.
Shannon Stosuy, 31, is expected to be sentenced Dec. 9 on the second-degree killing charge.
Stosuy and his co-defendant, 23-year-old Zachary Williams, both from Bainbridge, were found guilty by a jury in October.
They are charged with second- and third-degree attempted murder.
Prosecutors say Stosue was the gunman in the Dec. 2, 2017, shooting in which a woman and her daughter were killed.
Williams, whose trial was set to begin Dec. 14, pleaded not guilty to first- and second-degrees murder charges and is being held without bail.
Stasuy was found not guilty by reason of insanity.
Stocco said in a news release that Williams “did not kill anyone.”
The jury in the case was not allowed to return a verdict until Dec. 6.