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Jury finds man accused of shooting, killing Louisville convenience store clerk in 2016 guilty of murder

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A jury recommended a sentence of 33 years. Formal sentencing will happen at a later date. A jury recommended a sentence of 33 years. Formal sentencing will happen at a later date.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A jury finds a man accused of shooting and killing a Louisville convenience store clerk guilty of murder. 

James Spaulding was accused of going into the Stop-N-Go on Warnock Street near U of L and killing 50-year-old Denny Davis in Feb. 2016. 

Police say Spaulding then walked to a nearby home and started shooting while the residents inside were sleeping. Police arrested him after a chase on the Watterson Expressway and I-65. 

A jury recommended a sentence of 33 years. Formal sentencing will happen at a later date.

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