The aggravated murder trial of 30-year-old Kashaun Williams in Trumbull County Common Pleas Court ended Wednesday afternoon with the defendant being found guilty all charges - including kidnapping with firearms specification, aggravated burglary, firearms, aggravated murder, aggravated murder, purposely killing, and prior calculations.

Williams will be facing the death penalty option during his upcoming sentencing for two Palm Sunday shootings that left one person wounded and another dead.

In April of this year, Warren officers arrived at 690 Lener Avenue around 4 a.m. on Palm Sunday to investigate reports of gunfire. Once they arrived, officers say they found the body of 34-year-old James Chapman, and Williams forcing 23-year-old Martina Moore into a vehicle.

After forcing Moore into the vehicle, Williams fled the scene in the vehicle and allegedly dropped a firearm while leaving. Moore sustained a gunshot injury and was taken to the hospital for treatment.

Williams has been convicted twice for felonious assault, a second-degree felony, and aggravated robbery as a juvenile. Both convictions bar him from legally obtaining a firearm.

Williams was later indicted on capital murder charges.

Final arguments before sentencing by attorneys to the judge will be heard Monday in Judge Rice's court.