AKRON, Ohio - A jury in Summit County has found two teenagers guilty in the fatal shooting of a Strongsville man outside an Akron liquor store last summer.
According to Prosecutor Sherri Bevan Walsh, 19-year-old Gevonte Hunter and 19-year-old Alan Lollis, both of Akron, were found guilty of murder, aggravated murder and two counts of aggravated robbery in connection with 26-year-old Salim Suleiman’s death.
Investigators said Hunter and Suleiman met at Kelly’s Drive Thru on Copley Road on July 19. During the meeting, which prosecutors said was set up by Lollis, Hunter robbed Suleiman and then shot him in the chest, killing him.
Hunter was later arrested on Aug. 12 and Lollis was taken into custody on Dec. 6.
Both will be sentenced July 12 at 2:30 p.m.
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