Two South Florida brothers have been convicted in a convenience store robbery that left two customers dead.
The Sun Sentinel reports that jurors found 27-year-old Travis Jackson and 26-year-old Pasco Reynolds guilty Monday of first-degree murder. They face possible death sentences at a June 10 hearing.
Authorities say Jackson and Reynolds robbed a Delray Beach store in December 2012. The robbery left 68-year-old Alfonso Hunter and 56-year-old Reginald Taylor dead.
Another man, 23-year-old Marcus Jerry, was sentenced to life in prison in October for driving the getaway car.
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