Jury convicts man of fatally shooting 3 people in Flint

Associated Press

Flint – Jurors have convicted a man in the deaths of three people found fatally shot inside a burning Flint house.

The jury found 27-year-old Tyree Jamaul Culberson of Mount Morris guilty on three counts of first-degree premeditated murder for the December 2016 attack. MLive.com reports Culberson also was convicted of first-degree arson and various other weapons and drug charges.

Authorities say emergency crews responding to the fire found John Naum, Kenneth Curler and Tiff Loisell suffering from gunshot wounds. Naum and Curler died at the scene, while Loisell died the next day.

Police said they believe the attack was drug-related and that Loisell was the intended target.

Culberson’s sentencing is scheduled for May 15. He faces a mandatory term of life in prison without parole.