A jury has decided that a man accused of shooting another man and leaving him for dead in the desert last fall could face up to 32 years in prison for a separate incident that happened back in November of 2004.
After a four day trial and with some of his immediate family by his side, Samuel Lincoln was found guilty on 6 of the 9 charges he was facing in connection with a home invasion.
Lincoln was found guilty of two counts of aggravated robbery, three counts of menacing with a deadly weapon and one count of theft.
Lincoln was acquitted of aggravated motor vehicle theft, and two counts of menacing with a deadly weapon. He will be sentenced in late September.
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