A Pittsburgh man was found guilty Tuesday of fatally shooting an Ambridge woman who was seven months pregnant.
Conekia "Coco" Finney and her unborn child were both killed in Oct. 28, 2012 when she was gunned down at her Ambridge apartment.
"She was shot in the heart. She basically died instantly," said Ambridge Police Chief James Mann.
Co-defendant Tyrone Fuller of Pittsburgh pleaded guilty and faces up to 30 years behind bars.
Kelly was targeting someone else, but shot 19-year-old Finney when she opened her apartment door.
Council members and the public applauded Ambridge Police Chief James Mann and the police department for the conviction at Tuesday night's council meeting.
Mann said they started preparing for the trial June 13 and had more than 40 witnesses and more than 100 pieces of evidence submitted.
"It was a lot of hard work," said Mann, who particularly thanked the district attorney's office, detectives, the prosecution team and the police department for a thorough job.
"There was a lot of people who testified and a lot of bits and pieces of evidence submitted, but there was one voice that was missing and that was Coco Finney and her kid and the jury spoke for her today."
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