CLEVELAND -- An Ohio firefighter was convicted Thursday of killing a neighbor and two other people because he was angry about a noisy party.
Terrance Hough Jr. of Cleveland could face the death penalty for aggravated murder, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reported. The sentence will be decided by the same jury that convicted Hough after the penalty phase of the trial.
Hough, 36, shot and killed his next-door neighbor, Jacob Feichtner, 24, and Katherine Rosby and Bruce Anderson, who were attending a July Fourth gathering last year at Feichtner's home. Two more people were wounded.
Jurors deliberated for about seven hours over two days.
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