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Assault conviction for Baltimore man

A 28-year-old Baltimore man has been convicted of assault and other offenses in the shootings of two men at a Westminster apartment complex.

Kashon Harris was acquitted Monday of attempted murder charges. He was ordered held without bail pending his sentencing.

Prosecutors say Harris and two other men argued with Kenneth Spaulding and Corey Williams on Feb. 2 over a missing cell phone.

Prosecutors say Harris got a handgun from an apartment, fired a shot at Spaulding in a stairwell and fired two shots into the door of an apartment Spaulding and Williams had entered.

-- Carroll County Times

By Washington Post Editors  | September 29, 2010; 7:41 AM ET
Categories:  Baltimore, From the Courthouse, Maryland  
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