DEAN BROTHERS FOUND GUILTY ON FEDERAL CHARGES

DEAN BROTHERS FOUND GUILTY ON FEDERAL CHARGES

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A FEDERAL JURY HAS FOUND TWO SIOUX CITY BROTHERS GUILTY OF SEVERAL OF THE COUNTS THEY WERE CHARGED WITH IN THE APRIL, 2013 ROBBERIES OF TWO DRUG DEALERS.

JURORS FOUND 23 YEAR OLD JAMAL DEAN GUILTY OF TWO COUNTS OF ROBBERY, TWO COUNTS OF BRANDISHING A FIREARM IN A CRIME OF VIOLENCE AND ONE COUNT EACH OF CONSPIRACY TO COMMIT ROBBERY, CARJACKING, AND BEING A FELON IN POSSESSION OF A FIREARM AND AMMUNITION.

HIS BROTHER, 25 YEAR OLD LEVON DEAN, WAS FOUND GUILTY OF TWO COUNTS OF ROBBERY, TWO COUNTS OF POSSESSING A FIREARM IN FURTHERING A CRIME OF VIOLENCE AND ONE COUNT EACH OF CONSPIRACY TO COMMIT ROBBERY AND BEING A FELON IN POSSESSION OF A FIREARM.

THE DEANS COULD FACE LIFE IN PRISON ON THE CHARGES.

JAMAL DEAN IS ALREADY SERVING 25 YEARS IN PRISON FOR ATTEMPTED MURDER IN THE SHOOTING OF SIOUX CITY POLICE OFFICER KEVIN MCCORMICK DURING A TRAFFIC STOP IN APRIL OF 2013.