Rochester man convicted of second-degree murder in 2006 homicide

Created: 06/09/2014 6:23 PM WHEC.com

A Monroe County jury found a Rochester man guilty Monday of second-degree murder for a fatal shooting that happened eight years ago.

Michael Albert was found guilty Monday of second-degree murder. He was arrested and charged with the murder last year.

Police say 29-year-old Albert shot and killed 20-year-old Jeremy Trim on Lexington Avenue on April 29, 2006. 

Albert will be sentenced on July 11. He faces up to 25 years to life in prison. He will remain in the Monroe County Jail until sentencing.

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