Daiquan T. Bordley will be sentenced in October

A Kent County Superior Court judge has found 24-year-old Daiquan T. Bordley guilty of murder first degree, robbery first degree, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, and conspiracy second degree following a week-long bench trial that started Aug. 6.

Department of Justice spokeswoman Julia Lawes said Judge William L. Witham found that Bordley killed Dontray Hendricks on March 29, 2016, shooting him in the chest at close range after Hendricks had been lured to Port Mahon with the plan of robbing him. Two of Bordley’s co-conspirators, Zhyhee Y. Harmon, 24, and Chelsea A. Braunskill, 21, previously pled guilty for their roles in the crime.

Bordley will be sentenced by a Superior Court judge in October. Braunskill, who was 19 at the time of the shooting, is serving a 20-year sentence after pleading guilty to second-degree murder and second-degree conspiracy. She is due for release in 2034.