KNOXVILLE: Two Tennessee men have been found guilty in the December 2009 shooting death of Manchester High School graduate Vincent Presutto.
Michael Lambdin, 22, and Frederick Scott Keith, 29, were convicted by a jury Thursday in Knox County Criminal Court in Knoxville.
A third defendant, Anthony White, 24, also of Tennessee, who was also charged with felony murder, testified against the other two at the trial. A date for White’s next appearance in court has not been set.
Both Lambdin and Keith were given life sentences by Knox County Criminal Court Judge Steven Sword. Kathy Mitchell, 60, of New Franklin, mother of 34-year-old Presutto, said she is relieved by the verdict.
“It was in God’s hands,” she said.