Terence Crawford found guilty for damaging property, disorderly conduct

Posted at 3:22 PM, Sep 21, 2016
and last updated 2016-09-21 19:30:46-04

Boxer and Omaha native Terence Crawford was found guilty of damaging property and disorderly conduct after body shop incident in April.

The trial on Wednesday was over six hours long before a judge decided that Terence Crawford was guilty of damaging property and disorderly conduct.

The judge heard from the body shop owner Mike Nelson and watched surveillance video from the April incident.

The incident happened after Crawford was upset about a paint job he hired nelson to do to his car and Nelson said that Crawford owed him money.    

The prosecutors are satisfied with today's ruling.  

The defense argued that nelson was lying about situations and he is taking this loss hard.

The judge did dismiss a trespassing charge against Crawford but he still faces two misdemeanor charges. Wayne Sullivan who was also on trial had all three of his charges dismissed.

Crawford's sentencing date will be December 15th.

The County Attorney says they will wait to hear what Mr. Nelson and the probation office has to say to see how they will sentence him.