Jury finds Kylen Gregory guilty of reckless homicide
UPDATE: The jury has finished deliberations in the case of Kylen Gregory, finding him guilty of reckless homicide.
.ABC 22/FOX 45's Rachel Aragon is there, and is working to learn more now.
DAYTON, Ohio (WKEF/WRGT) - Deliberations have begun in the trial for Kylen Gregory, who's accused of killing a Kettering teen outside Alter Fest in 2016.
Gregory, 18, was 16 at the time of the shooting that killed Ronnie Bowers, 16.
The shooting happened outside Alter Fest following a exchange that authorities say did not involved Bowers. As Bowers was trying to leave along with some of his friends and another teen, authorities say Gregory pulled up to the vehicle along with a group of people. Authorities say the group was trying to get one of the teens out of the vehicle to fight. As Bowers drove away, authorities say Gregory pulled out a gun and fired a shot. The bullet went through the back window and hit Bowers in the back of the head, killing him.
Gregory's trial began Monday with jury selection, opening arguments were the following day. Gregory is being tried as an adult and is facing Murder and Felonious Assault charges. The teen's attorney is asking for jurors to only convict Gregory on the lesser charges of Felonious Assault.