One Suspect in Paul DeWolf homicide found guilty on all charges
ANN ARBOR, Mich.- Dajeon Franklin the man accused of fatally shooting University of Michigan medical student Paul DeWolf was found guilty on all charges Friday morning.
Franklin was convicted on all five counts, including felony murder, first-degree home invasion, conspiracy to commit home invasion, second-degree home invasion and felony firearm.
Paul DeWolf’s father, Thom Dewolf told WXYZ “We were actually overcome with emotion, because it really kind of brings to the forefront the whole incident of Paul’s death.”
The two other suspects in this case, 21-year-old Shaquille Jones and 20-year-old, Joei Jordan are still awaiting their trials.
Paul DeWolf was found dead of a gunshot wound July 24 at the Phi Rho Sigma medical fraternity, 220 N. Ingalls St. in Ann Arbor. A friend found the 25-year-old in the basement of the house after he didn’t show up for an assignment at the veteran’s hospital.
He was second lieutenant in the Air Force and graduated from Grand Valley State University’s pre-med program in 2010.
Franklin will be sentenced November 19th.