Jurors convict DiMeo on all counts

BRIDGEPORT - The man accused of killing two Fairfield jewelers was found guilty today on all four charges against him and could now face the death penalty for his crimes.

The Bridgeport jury convicted Christopher DiMeo of the robbery and murders of Fairfield jewelry store owners Tim and Kim Donnelly on Feb. 2, 2005. The jury took less than four hours to bring back the verdict.

Members of the Donnelley family who were in the courtroom say they are relieved that the jury came back with the verdict they were hoping for.

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