Nougai Xiong (credit: Ramsey Co. Attorney's Office)

Nougai Xiong (credit: Ramsey Co. Attorney’s Office)

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Twenty-eight-year-old Nougai Xiong was found guilty on Friday of four counts related to the fatal shooting of 19-year-old Jacky Vue last year. The shooting occurred during the 38th Annual Hmong Freedom Festival at Como Park last summer.

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Xiong’s charges include two counts of crime committed for the benefit of a gang, one count of second-degree murder with intent, and one count of second-degree murder without intent.

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His sentencing is set for Nov. 15.