A Jury took less than two hours to find a Joliet teen guilty of killing two in an October gun attack.
Sjolante Crowder, 19, was convicted Friday after a weeklong trial. He will be sentenced to life in prison.
Crowder gunned down Delasse Lanier, 18, and Adrian Knox, 17, and wounded 20-year-old Jonathan Caples. The three men were standing in a crowd on Second Avenue when slunk up behind them and opened fire at close range.
Lanier and Knox were pronounced dead at Silver Cross Hospital in New Lenox soon after the shooting. Caples, who took a bullet to his upper back, drove himself to Provena St. Joseph Medical Center and survived.