A Baltimore County jury on Friday convicted a man known as Baltimore's "Public Enemy No. 1" in a fatal 2012 shooting outside a Parkville bar.
After a four-day trial, Darryl Martin Anderson, 27, was found guilty of first-degree murder and handgun charges in the death of Derrick Gamble.
Investigators said Anderson approached Gamble, 31, outside of the bar Tee-Bee's in July 2012, shooting him 12 times as Gamble backed out of a parking spot.
Prosecutors say they still don't know his motive.
Baltimore city police nicknamed Anderson "Public Enemy No. 1" because he was accused in a string of violent crimes in the city.
Anderson, who rejected a plea offer in the case, faces life without the possibility of parole and is scheduled for a March 16 sentencing hearing.