A Jefferson City man has been found guilty in the 2012 death of Keith Mosely, Jr.
Thursday afternoon, a jury found Brandon Chase guilty of second-degree murder, armed criminal action and robbery.
During this week's trial, the prosecution said Chase planned the robbery that lead to the shooting.
The defense had argued that Chase may have been planning a robbery, but Mosely wasn't the intended target.
On Wednesday, Chase took the stand as the only witness in his defense. He testified that he heard jokes about a possible robbery, but didn't know there was a plan. Chase said he tried to warn Mosely.
Tracy Session has already pleaded guilty to firing the fatal shot. Khiry Summers refused a plea deal and will go on trial later.
In March, another jury could not reach a verdict in Chase's trial.
After Chase was found guilty, the judge revoked bond for Chase and set a new bond at $250,000.
Chase will be sentenced on July 24th.