(Cleveland) – A woman has been found guilty of involuntary manslaughter in a deadly shooting at the Cleveland Heights International House of Pancakes last march.

25-year-old Nadia Williams died last March 30 from a bullet wound to the head.

The verdict is in regarding the fate of Rachella Womack in the March 30 fatal shooting.

The three woman with Williams when she died were charged with involuntary manslaughter in her death.

Rachella Womack was convicted Tuesday. 24-year-old Sharon Moore, has already pleaded guilty and will be sentenced Nov. 7.

The four woman got into a fight with security guard is Gary Williams who tried to escort them off the premises. He is not related to the Williams sisters.

The security guard fell to the ground where his gun was discharged, firing one shot, hitting Nadia Williams in the head.

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