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Windsor man found guilty of manslaughter, firearm-related offences

Windsor resident Dia Hanan was found guilty on Thursday for the manslaughter death of Gregory Henriquez. 

Dia Hanan's sentencing hearing is scheduled for January 2020

Dia Hanan was first charged in December 2015. (Tom Addison/CBC)

Windsor resident Dia Hanan was found guilty on Thursday for the manslaughter death of Gregory Henriquez. 

Hanan faced a total of four charges, including the manslaughter charge. 

He was found not guilty of the second-degree murder of Alekesji Guzhavin, as well as not guilty of the attempted murder of Henriquez by discharging a firearm.

In addition to the manslaughter conviction, Hanan was found guilty of possession of a restricted firearm without a license, and was also found guilty of discharging a firearm with intent to wound.

Hanan's sentencing hearing is scheduled for January 2020. 

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