The March 2010 shootings represented one of the District's deadliest street crimes in years. On May 7, four District men were found guilty of first-degree murder in the attacks. A fifth was convicted of second-degree murder. Take a look back at the aftermath of the shootings.
May 7, 2012 Diane Howe holds a photograph of her son, Jordan Howe, when he was about five years old outside the H. Carl Moultrie Courthouse of the District of Columbia after five men were found guilty of murder in a series of shootings in 2010 that left five people dead and eight wounded. Howe was one of the victims in the attacks. He was shot to death at the age of 20. Orlando Carter, his brother, Sanquan Carter, Jeffrey D. Best, and Robert Bost were found guilty of first-degree murder and other charges. A fifth man, Lamar Williams was convicted of multiple counts of second-degree murder and other charges. Matt McClain/For The Washington Post Buy Photo