A Baltimore woman has been convicted for murdering the father of her child after a Baltimore County jury found her guilty of conspiring to murder Robert Holiday back in February.
Holiday, 27, was shot a bus stop near the intersection of Eastern Avenue and Old Eastern Avenue. Holiday was shot twice in the back. Two other people were shot, but both survived the attack.
Holiday was involved with a physical confrontation with Lewis before the shooting. He was attempting to visit his child.
Lewis coordinated with two others to murder Holiday. She even texted Holiday telling him he would die soon.
“Sentencing will be before Judge Norman but a date has not yet been set,” according to a release. “Michael Martin and Mikal Martin are also charged with the murder of Robert Holiday and are scheduled for trial on January 21, 2014. The case against Laquesha Lewis was prosecuted by Brian Botts and Suzanne Cohen.”
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