KNOXVILLE—An Anderson County man who has been convicted of two homicides and has been charged in state court with the attempted murder of a deputy was found guilty in federal court on Friday of gun and drug crimes that have potential sentences of life in prison.
A 12-person jury deliberated for about two hours Friday morning before reaching a unanimous verdict on the four federal charges.
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