A Harrod man has been found guilty on multiple charges in Hardin County Common Pleas Court.
Gerrick "Tony" Sheldon was convicted on two counts of complicity to commit aggravated murder, four counts of complicity to aggravated arson, one count of endangering children, and one count each of complicity to the unlawful possession of a dangerous ordnance, complicity to possess criminal tools, and complicity to violate a protection order.
He was found not guilty on another count of endangering children.
The jury deliberated for around 2 hours before returning the verdicts late Tuesday afternoon. The trial lasted just over 6 days.
The charges were filed after Sheldon approached one of his sons to burn down the house of his estranged wife in an attempt to kill her. That occurred in August of 2017.
Sheldon will be sentenced on May 1st.