JACKSONVILLE, Fla. --21-year-old Jamey Edgington is now facing life in prison after he was convicted on multiple charges Friday afternoon.
A jury found Edgington guilty on charges of Attempted First Degree Murder and Possession of a Firearm by a Juvenile Delinquent.
He was arrested in March 2011 after he got into an argument and shot another man at Blanding Billiards.
Video showed Edgington getting into a verbal altercation with Reginald Martin inside the business.
Martin left Blanding Billiards. As he got into his car, Edgington drove up in his truck and fired three shots.
When Martin tried to flee, Edgington tried to run him over.
"We are pleased with the verdicts and hopeful they bring some peace of mind to the victims and families in both cases," said Assistant State Attorney John Guy.
Edgington is also facing charges in a 2011 double murder. He faces the death penalty in that case.
He was convicted of Carjacking in September 2008.
Edgington will be sentenced for this conviction the week of October 29th.
First Coast News