A Michigan man accused of killing two people in Southwest Michigan last year has been convicted in his first trial.
A jury convicted Zachary Patten of first degree murder on Monday.
He shot and killed 31-year-old Graciela Portillo-Esparzer in Kalamazoo last July.
Patten told police he was aiming for her brother.
Patten is also accused of killing 29-year-old Shane richardson a few hours later in Saint Joseph County's Florence Township.
Richardson was the husband of Patten's ex-wife.