ALTON, Mo. (AP) - A southern Missouri man has been found guilty of 18 criminal counts, including second-degree murder, for killing a woman during a home break-in in 2008.
Roy Bradshaw of Shannon County faces sentencing Dec. 10. His conviction was announced Wednesday by Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster, whose office assisted with the prosecution.
Bradshaw and his girlfriend, Jaclyn Agee, broke into the home of Albert Shomaker in Shannon County on May 7, 2008, tied him up and ransacked the house. Shoemaker’s live-in girlfriend arrived home with two friends during the crime. She tried to run but Bradshaw shot her in the back.
Agee was convicted of the same crimes in July 2010 and is serving a 15-year sentence.