Neighborhood Watch shooting verdict: Guilty

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Neighborhood Watch shooting verdict: Guilty

By Stephen Hunt
The Salt Lake Tribune

Updated Jul 28, 2010 05:35PM MDT
Reginald Campos was found guilty of attempted murder and aggravated assault charges by a jury Wednesday.
Campos, 44, shot David Serbeck on July 22, 2009, during a confrontation on a Bluffdale street. Serbeck, 37 — a fellow neighborhood watch advocate — was left paralyzed.
Campos, a 44-year-old accountant, had been charged with first-degree felony attempted murder and two counts of third-degree felony aggravated assault. He will be sentenced on Sept. 2, and faces 3 years to life in prison on the …
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