Photo from "profile photos" section of Malo Locco Gomez's Facebook, blog post by John Hoff, well, not really, though
A jury took about four hours to convict Malo Gomez Tuesday for shooting at two Minneapolis police officers who were sitting in their squad car.
Gomez, 19, of Minneapolis, was convicted of two counts of attempted first-degree murder and two counts of first-degree assault. The Hennepin County Attorney’s Office will ask the judge for consecutive sentences on the attempted murder charges. Under the Minnesota Sentencing Guidelines, the
presumptive sentence is 180 months for each count, so a consecutive sentence would be 30 years in prison.
The sentencing is scheduled for July 20 before Hennepin County Judge Robert Small.