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Isaiah Criss Found Guilty for Rock-B Murder

A Binghamton man has been convicted of murder for killing another man inside a Binghamton bar that was later locked down.
A Binghamton man has been convicted of murder for killing another man inside a Binghamton bar that was later locked down.

Isaiah Criss, 22, was found guilty of murder today by a Broome County jury following six hours of deliberation.

Criss shot and killed Jeremiah Reynolds, 27, inside the Rock-B Tavern on Conklin Avenue on Sept. 8th, 2012. Criss was also found guilty of criminal possession of a weapon.

He faces a minimum of 15 years to life and a maximum of 25 to life at his sentencing which is scheduled for next month.

The City of Binghamton would later start lockdown proceeding against the Rock-B because of numerous police calls at the bar.
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