Jury returns verdicts in Gorney murder case

Bryan Robinson, left, and Tyzick Wall
Bryan Robinson, left, and Tyzick Wall

Two youths tried for the 2015 robbery and murder of Crystal River resident Stephen Gorney have been found guilty by a jury for the crimes.

Bryan Robinson was found guilty of first-degree premeditated murder and Tyzick Wall was found guilty of second-degree murder with a deadly weapon (a lesser charge) after a weeklong jury trial.

Additionally, both Robinson and Wall were found guilty by jury of robbery with a deadly weapon, and two counts of Dealing in stolen property -- both in connection with the April 2015 slaying and robbery of Stephen Gorney.

Sentencing has been set to a later date.