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Caddo judge finds man guilty in 2011 road rage death

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GUILTY: Byron Spencer Lloyd, 42. (Source: CPSO) GUILTY: Byron Spencer Lloyd, 42. (Source: CPSO)
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CADDO PARISH, LA (KSLA) -

A Shreveport man was convicted of second-degree murder Wednesday for a shooting death that stemmed from a traffic incident.

Byron Spencer Lloyd, 42, was charged after the discovery back in December 2011 of a man found dead in a car on Twilight Street. Ray Williams, 54, was found dead in the driver's seat. He had been shot in the head.

Lloyd, of Shreveport, was arrested after he turned himself in to police. 

Lloyd was found guilty by Judge Joseph Bleich after a two-day bench trial in Caddo Parish District Court.

After his conviction, authorities was given over to the Caddo Parish Sheriff's Office and ordered to return to court on April 10 for sentencing. Second-degree murder carries a mandatory life sentence in prison at hard labor.

Assistant District Attorney Jason Brown successfully prosecuted the case.

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