A Cleveland firefighter who fatally shot a former College Station resident and two others was found guilty Thursday of aggravated murder.
According to the Cleveland Plains Dealer, Terrance Hough Jr. could be sentenced to death for the July 5th murders at a Cuyahoga County home.
Authorities say Hough lived next door to one of his victims, Jacob Feichtner, 24, who was throwing a July 4th party.
They say Hough became enraged over what he perceived to be loud noise, grabbed a gun and went to Feichtner's house where he opened fire.
Feichtner, former College Station resident Bruce Anderson, 30, and Katherine Rosby were killed in the attack. Another couple was shot, but survived.
A memorial service for Anderson was held in College Station July 21.
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