BREAKING NEWS: Accused I-96 Shooter Found Guilty

In a photo provided by the Livingston County Sheriff, Raulie Wayne Casteel is shown in a booking mug, Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2012 in Howell, Mich. (AP Photo/Livingston County Sheriff)
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The man who admitted to shooting at nearly two dozen cars on I-96 in more than a year ago has been found guilty on all counts.

Raulie Casteel is charged with terrorism and assault with intent to murder in Livingston county. The assault with intent to murder charge was dropped to a felonious assault charge instead. The Wixom man didn't deny shooting at several cars in 4 counties back in October 2012 when he took the stand in his defense Monday. He claimed it was the result of mental illness and paranoia that made him irrational, thinking the government was after him.

Casteel faces up to life in prison when he's sentenced.

We'll have more on today's verdict tonight on News 10.





 
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