A Harrisburg man has been found guilty of all charges related to a 2011 home invasion robbery at a Middletown apartment occupied by Penn State Harrisburg students.
Davon A. Hairston, 19, is scheduled for sentencing November 22 and faces a mandatory of five years in prison for using a firearm during the crime.
In addition to robbery, Hairston was found guilty Thursday of aggravated assault, simple assault, reckless endangerment, terroristic threats, burglary, theft, receiving stolen property and conspiracy.
Prosecutors said Hairston and three others forced their way into the apartment and forced the students to the ground.
The students were later forced into a closet while Hairston and the others stole electronics, athletic shoes, watches and marijuana, and Hairston "pistol-whipped" one of the students by slamming the butt of a pistol on his head, authorities said.