A Lucas County jury on Tuesday afternoon found Stoney Thompson guilty of the murders of three men in a North Toledo home in October, 2006.
After deliberations that lasted two days, the jury in Lucas County Common Pleas Court found Thompson guilty of three counts of aggravated murder, although he was found not guilty of the gun specifications that had been attached to those charges.
Thompson and his brother, Goldy, were each charged with three counts of aggravated murder, each with gun specifications, in the deaths of three men Kenneth Nicholson, Todd Archambeau, and Michael York found inside a North Toledo home about 4:30 a.m. on Oct. 24, 2006.
Goldy Thompson goes on trial next month. Both men face up to life in prison.
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