AKRON, Ohio - A Summit County judge found 24-year-old Kyle Spy guilty of murder with a firearm specification from an incident that happened May 2013 on Wildwood Avenue.
On May 16, 2013, Spy, of Akron, shot and killed 23-year-old Terry Iverson after he was talking with a friend at her car.
Iverson was walking away from the car when Spy shot him in the back six times. Spy then fled from the scene.
Iverson was pronounced dead at Akron General Medical Center and police arrested Spy the next morning.
Right before Spy's trial began, he pleaded guilty to having weapons under a disability and was automatically sentenced to 36 months in prison.
He is due back in court June 26 at 10 a.m. to receive his sentence.
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