A jury convicted the son of an Oklahoma police officer Thursday of first-degree murder and four counts of shooting with intent to kill in a shooting death last year.
Randy Lamar Hall II, was convicted of killing a 25-year-old DeSoto, Texas man in May 2010, after jurors deliberated for six hours. With the verdict, the jurors decided Hall did not act in self defense when he fired seven shots into a car full of people after a graduation party in Bricktown.
The jurors chose life with the possibility of parole as well as 14 years for each of the four shooting with intent to kill counts. The judge will determine whether the sentences will be served concurrently or consecutively. He is scheduled to be sentenced Nov. 23.