Man convicted in 2015 shooting deaths of 2 people in Wichita
WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — The last of several men charged in the 2015 shooting deaths of two people in Wichita has been found guilty of two counts of first-degree murder and other counts.
Kansas prosecutors say 22-year-old Jamion Wimbley, of Wichita, was convicted Thursday. Besides the murder convictions, Wimbley also was found guilty of two counts of criminal discharge of a firearm.
Investigators say Wimbley shot 55-year-old Betty Ann Holloman and 24-year-old Brenton Oliver on Jan. 1, 2015, in the front yard of a Wichita home.
Wimbley is set to be sentenced Jan. 25.
Quincy Carter and Brent Carter are already serving life sentences after being convicted in the case. Johnathan Carter is awaiting sentencing on Jan. 2.