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SACRAMENTO – A man was convicted of Shooting in which his former roommate died and injured two other people in South Sacramento in 2019, prosecutors said Wednesday.

On June 27, a jury found Trey Hallman guilty of first-degree murder and two counts of attempted murder.

The fatal shooting occurred on August 23, 2019, when Hallman entered the back door of his former home, armed with a 9mm pistol and wearing a protective vest, according to prosecutors.

Hallman then went upstairs, where he found three of his former roommates sleeping, prosecutors said. He then shot two of them in their beds and another through a bedroom door.

Terrell Brown’s sister said he was declared brain dead nearly a week after the shooting.

Two other victims were injured in the shooting but have since recovered.

Hallman fled to the Bay Area after the shooting and eventually turned himself in to police in Antioch.

He pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity, but on Wednesday the jury found him to be of sound mind when he committed the crime.

Hallman faces a maximum sentence of 114 years to life in prison. Sentencing is scheduled for August 30.