Brogan Rafferty, the now 17-year-old involved in the " is guilty.
That's according to a 12-person Summit County jury after three days of deliberation. The counts are listed below for each of the four victims. The jury found Rafferty not guilty of identity fraud.
- Nine counts of aggravated murder with firearm specifications
- One count of attempted murder with a firearm specification
- Four counts of aggravated robbery, a felony of the first degree, with firearm specifications
- Four counts of kidnapping, a felony of the first degree
- One count of grand theft, a felony of the third degree
- One count of grand theft, a felony of the fourth degree
- Receiving stolen property, a felony of the fourth degree
- Three counts of petty theft, a misdemeanor of the first degree
The teen, who was 16 when arrested, faces life in prison without a chance of parole if convicted of aggravated murder.
His sentencing is scheduled for Nov. 5 at 9 a.m. in front of Judge Lynne Callahan.
The 17-year-old faces life in prison without chance of parole if convicted of aggravated murder in the shooting deaths of the men last year. Rafferty will not face the death penalty because he is a juvenile.
Richard Beasley, who is said to be Rafferty's mentor, will have a trial soon for murder charges involved in the killings from bogus Craigslist job ads.