A Flint man has been found guilty in a 2012 homicide in which he fired off a number of rounds into the victims house, one of which struck the victim, killing her.

Thirty-four-year-old Andrew Randolph of Flint was found guilty in Seventh Circuit Court of Second Degree Murder, Possession of a Firearm by a Felon, Discharging a Weapon into a Residence and Felony Firearm.

Randolph was the main suspect in the murder of Vena Fant of Flint on December 10, 2012. According to a news release from the Michigan State Police, during testimony in the case against Randolph, witnesses testified he was upset with the family of his girlfriend and shot 6-9 rounds into the victims home.