MARTINEZ (BCN) — A Contra Costa County jury has convicted Brandon Lamont Lindsey of attempted murder and other charges in connection with a 2018 shooting and robbery of a Yuba City man during a drug deal in Antioch.
The jury found Lindsey, 27, guilty earlier this month of attempted murder, shooting at an occupied car, assault with a semi-automatic weapon and attempted second-degree robbery.READ MORE: 40-Year-Old Man Fatally Stabbed In San Francisco Mission District Bar
A news release from the Contra Costa County District Attorney’s office reported that the shooting occurred Sept. 21, 2018, after Lindsey had arranged to sell drugs to a Yuba city couple.READ MORE: SF DA Boudin Announces Program For Helping Staffers Learn New Languages
When Lindsey met them, he pulled a gun on them and demanded money, before firing a gun three times at point-blank range into the car’s passenger compartment. One bullet struck the victim through his left arm, causing a partial loss of mobility in his left hand, according to the release.
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