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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

An Albany man has been found guilty of aggravated assault in a Dougherty County Superior Court trial, but not guilty of armed robbery.

The jury convicted Terivio Jenkins of one count of aggravated assault late Wednesday.

They found him not guilty of one count of armed robbery and a second count of aggravated assault.

He will be sentenced May 28th.

Investigators say on November 16, 2012, Jenkins robbed Anterrio Marshall while he was sitting in his truck on Rood Street, then fired two shots into the truck when Marshall sped away.

The jury convicted him for shooting at Marshall, but not robbing him.

Jenkins could get up to a maximum of 20 years in prison.

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