NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) - Two more people have been found guilty of charges stemming from the 2015 killing of Carey Gabay, a former aide to Gov. Andrew Cuomo, but a jury did not decide for any verdicts of murder.
Micah Alleyne was found guilty of manslaughter and criminal possession of a weapon, while Stanley Elianor was only found guilty of reckless endangerment.
A jury on Monday found Keith Luncheon not guilty of murder, manslaughter, criminal possession of a weapon and reckless endangerment.
Last week Kenny Bazile was convicted of second-degree criminal possession of a weapon and second-degree manslaughter in connection with Gabay's death.
A fifth suspect took a plea deal and testified against the other four.
Gabay was hit in the head by a stray bullet on a Brooklyn street in 2015. Prosecutors say a turf war between two gangs sparked the shooting, which happened hours before the annual West Indian Day parade.
A block in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn where Gabay once lived has been renamed in his honor.
Gabay was a Harvard-educated lawyer who served as first deputy general counsel at the Empire State Development Corp.
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