DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - Terrence Snowden showed no emotion as the verdict was read Friday afternoon. The 38-year-old was found guilty on all four counts of murder.
Snowden gunned down Dennis Glover and Gerald Brown inside a home on North Broadway in March 2009.
Investigators say the murders stem from a fight over money and drugs.
Glover's sister Ebony Hastings tells 2 News it's a bittersweet day.
"I mean, his life can't be replaced. It was taken in vein," says Hastings.
Snowden was on the run for nearly three years after the murders. As the search for him intensified, he was featured on electronic billboards and on Monday's Most Wanted. Snowden was finally captured by US Marshals in South Carolina in May 2012.
2 News was the only camera there as Snowden was brought back to Ohio.
Hastings tells me she's thankful for everyone who helped bring her brother's killer to justice.
"They worked their tails off to get the job done, to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that he was guilty," explains Hastings.
She says Snowden didn't show any remorse throughout the entire trial, and has a message for him.
"Shame on him. Shame on you. Shame on his family because what people don't know is that our families were friends. I have known these people since I was a child. 21:52:04//edit//21:52:14 Our families were friends and he took my brother's life. That's a hard pill to swallow," comments Hastings.
Prosecutor believe it's the eye witness testimony during the trial that helped lead to the conviction.
They tell 2 News some people risked their lives by speaking up and they're thankful.
"I think that's a great message to the community, that if we can stick together, we can solve these crimes and hopefully, maybe make a dent in it and maybe prevent some in the future," says Montgomery County Assistant Prosecutor David Franceschelli.
Kenneth Pope, Junior was also convicted in the double-homicide. In July of last year, he was sentenced to 36 years to life in prison.
Snowden is scheduled to be sentenced April 10th.
When police and firefighters arrived, Moore said the victim, a grandfather living at the residence, was trying to go back inside the burning home.
The Tri-State's newest gambling establishment will throw open it's doors Dec. 12 at noon so you can throw down your money.
It could be a big day in the ongoing contract negotiations for Fairborn teachers and the school board.
Assurant opened its new Dayton site this week but is still looking for workers to fill job openings.
This year, they will help 13 families in need buy toys, clothing and other items.