Man Found Guilty on 9 Charges for Shooting Students Outside School

The charges include attempted homicide and aggravated assault.

A Pittsburgh man was found guilty on nine of the eleven charges he faced Feb. 2 after shooting three students outside of a high school in 2013.

Anjohnito Willet will face sentencing in April after being found guilty on charges including attempted homicide and three counts of aggravated assault, according to

Willet, 18, was charged as an adult for the shooting, which sent three students to the hospital.

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Willet was attacked inside Pittsburgh’s Brashear High School in Oct. 2013 but didn’t press charges, instead saying “I’ll handle this myself.”

Willet dropped out of school after the attack and shot the students from a wooded area as they left the school a month later. Robert Minor, Andrew Umphrey and DaJour Jones survived after sustaining injuries in the shooting.

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