The jury returned guilty verdicts on all charges, which included two counts of murder, two counts of felonious assault with a deadly weapon, two counts of felonious assault with intent to cause serious physical harm and two counts of discharge of a firearm on or near a prohibited premises.
All of the counts include three‐year firearm specifications. In addition, the murder and felonious assault counts also carry five‐year firearm specifications because the shots were fired from a moving vehicle.
Sentencing is set for Jan. 29.
EARLIER REPORT (Jan. 11)
Closing arguments are scheduled this morning in the trial surrounding the shooting death of Darius Hall, who was killed almost a year ago.
Jamichael Howard, 26, faces murder, felonious assault and weapons charges.
Howard’s trial has gone nearly a week in front of Judge Dennis Adkins.
Howard is accused in the shooting death of Hall, 24, of Dayton, on North Upland Avenue in January 2018.