In a partial verdict delivered Thursday, jurors cleared Daquan Tinker of first-degree premeditated murder and felony murder, but found him guilty of robbery while armed.
The jury could still convict Tinker of second-degree murder.
Jurors believed Tinker to be an “aider and abettor” for the robbery of Antoine Boddie, moments before Terrence Robinson’s death.
During trial, Boddie testified that he was robbed by Tinker and a group of his friends early that morning while taking out the trash.
The jury has not reached a consensus for Tinker’s remaining charges, including attempted robbery and possession of a firearm.
Jurors will continue deliberations on those charges. They have been considering the evidence since October 20.