BALTIMORE - Twenty-six year-old Timothy L. Kittrell faces two consecutive life sentences after being convicted of first-degree murder by a Baltimore City Circuit Court jury in the death of Isaiah Roane, who was shot last in his car last September as he stopped for a red light in Dolfield.
Roane and Donte Martin were sitting in their car in the 3500 block of Dolfield Avenue when Kitrell pulled up next to them in a van. Kittrell fired several shots into both men, before speeding off and sideswiping another vehicle. Roane, 29, died about two weeks after the shooting. Martin, 20, eventually recovered from his wounds.
The driver of the car Kittrell's van wrote down his license plate and provided it to investigators. The vehicle was registered to Kittrell's wife. During an interview, Kittrell said he was driving the van at the time of the incident.
Besides first-degress murder, Kittrell was also found guilty of attempted first-degree murder and five handgun counts. Sentencing has been scheduled for next Wednesday.
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