That decision came down in Floyd County Superior Court last week.
During a taped interview with detectives Reynolds reportedly admitted that he had gone to the home of Slack – along with co-defendants Willie Dublin and Darnell Mitchell – although he insisted that he didn’t know why they were going to Slack’s Kingston Avenue home, only that he was asked to be a “lookout”.
Other witnesses however testified that Reynolds was actually the triggerman using the gun that had allegedly been given to Dublin by his girlfriend.
Dublin and Mitchell will be tried separately.
A sentencing date for Reynolds has yet to be set.