Man convicted of ‘domestic terror spree’ |

Man convicted of ‘domestic terror spree’

The Associated Press

RENO – A 49-year-old man has been convicted on charges stemming from a six-year “domestic terror spree” that included stalking Washoe County District Attorney Richard Gammick.

A district court jury deliberated less than four hours Friday before finding Gary Rosales guilty of counts of attempted murder, aggravated stalking, criminal anarchy and shooting into occupied homes.

Among other things, Rosales also was accused of trying to kill a female janitor and writing more than 100 “anti-cop” taggings and death threats around Reno.

He awaits a March sentencing.

Rosales was sentenced to 45 years in prison in 2007 for the crime spree. He was retried in Reno this past week after the Nevada Supreme Court overturned his convictions.