ST. LOUIS (AP) -- A southwestern Illinois man has been convicted in the shooting deaths of a cousin accomplice and bartender during a 2009 holdup of a St. Louis restaurant and bar.
A St. Louis jury on Friday convicted 28-year-old Devin Mosley of East St. Louis, Ill., of two counts of second-degree murder.
Mosley also was found guilty of robbery, attempted robbery and four counts of armed criminal action.
Authorities say Mosley and Anthony of St. Louis stormed the Maggie O'Brien's pub in June 2009, when Anthony shot bartender Michael Dolan twice in the back. Mosley fatally shot Anthony in the chest during the confusion.
A trial is pending for another Illinois man who police say acted as a lookout. Another East St. Louis man is serving a 25-year sentence for his role.