Prince William Circuit Court Judge Mary Grace O’Brien found Xavier Jamaal Pinckney, 18, guilty of robbery, two counts of capital murder and three counts of use of a firearm in commission of a felony for the double homicide.

“This case represents perhaps a family’s worst nightmare,” Prince William County Commonwealth’s Attorney Paul Ebert said in his closing argument.

In a written confession entered into evidence during the trial, Pinckney said he broke into the Smiths’ house on Langford Court that day, looking for things to steal.

Todays Manassas News and Messenger carries the story of how this dreadful day unfolded for a Dale City family who lost a mother and a son.

2 Thoughts to “Xavier Jamaal Pinckney Found Guilty”

  1. Rick Bentley

    Well I’m glad he was caught and successfully prosecuted.

    As Howard Stern said during his run for Governor, we should fry these guys and use the charred remains to fill the city’s potholes.

  2. Moon-howler

    LOL that is totally gross.

    I am glad he will be away from normal society. What a sad thing to happen to the Smith family.

    Jamaal can bend over and kiss the rest of his life goodbye. Sad, but he brought it on himself.

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