HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (KTHV) -- The fate of a Garland County man, rested with the jury Friday, who came back with a verdict of guilty on all 5 counts of capital murder.
The defense for Sam Conway rested Friday afternoon then the court broke for lunch. After lunch, closing arguments were made and then the case went to the jury for deliberations. The jury will be returning in the morning for an official sentencing. We will bring you the details of the sentence throughout the day Saturday.
In 2009 Conway allegedly murdered Jeremy Gentry, his parents, his grandfather and his girlfriend in what prosecutors say was a deadly robbery.
His trial began Monday on 5 counts of capital murder. Capital murder charges carry a mandatory life sentence.
One of the other suspects, Marvin Stringer was shot and killed by police during a standoff, shortly after the murders.
The third suspect, Jeremy Pickney, goes on trial July 14. He also faces 5 counts of capital murder.