BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A jury has found a Maryland man guilty in the shooting death of a security guard in 2015.

Keith Davis was found guilty Friday in the fourth trial brought against him in connection with security guard Kevin Jones’ murder.

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Jurors in Davis’ first and third trials failed to reach a verdict; jurors in the second trial found him guilty but a judge threw out the verdict because information about a key witness was not disclosed.

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Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby applauded her team’s efforts in getting a conviction.

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“This case has been — and was always — about the pursuit of justice for Kevin Jones, and I am so pleased a jury saw fit to once again hold his assailant fully accountable for his senseless death,” she said in a statement. “I truly hope Kevin’s loved ones can finally close this gruesome chapter of grief and find their path to healing.”