GLOUCESTER, Va. (WAVY) — One of three suspects charged in a double homicide in Gloucester was found guilty of several charges on Thursday.
Kenneth Miller was convicted of charges that included two counts each of first-degree murder and robbery following a three-day trial this week.
Miller was arrested in December 2017 in connection to the shooting deaths of 29-yearold Helga Frost and 24-year-old Eleni Wright-Bonnette. The two were found shot at a home on Bellehaven Drive.
Frost died at the scene, while Wright-Bonnette later died in the hospital.
Miller was also found guilty of use of a firearm in a felony, firearm in a felony (second offense) and violent felon in possession of a weapon. Two additional counts of use of a firearm in a felony (second offense) against Miller were nolle prossed, or withdrawn.
His co-defendants, Charley Riley and Amanda Epps, are due in court Nov. 13.