Created: 08/27/2014 12:26 PM WHEC.com
It’s a guilty verdict in the shootings of two men last November. One man died and another survived.
The Monroe County District Attorney’s Office says 19-year-old Dayquane Coley was found guilty of second-degree murder, attempted murder and other charges.
He was convicted of shooting Steven Killings and David Donaldson at the intersection of Colvin and Maple Streets in Rochester. Killings died from his injuries and Donaldson survived.
Coley will be sentenced September 16. He faces 65 years to life in prison.