DULUTH — A St. Louis County jury has found a Duluth man guilty of all charges in the August 2023 drive-by shooting death of Paris Kaden Allen, a 19-year-old who was here visiting friends and family in his hometown.

Sanussi Tamsir Bangoura, 22, was convicted Thursday of aiding and abetting second-degree murder and second-degree assault with a dangerous weapon, in addition to a drive-by shooting charge.

Brandon Capone Williams-Gillard was found guilty of the same charges in December and is serving a 40-year prison sentence in St. Cloud.

Bangoura's sentencing date was not set.

On the day of the shootings in Duluth's Lincoln Park neighborhood, Bangoura and Williams-Gillard had verbally sparred with Allen and his friends — part of a year-long feud between the two groups. As Bangoura and Williams-Gillard left the scene, they opened fire at the other group. Allen dropped to the sidewalk, shot in the head; his friend Caleb Reinolt-Nemec was struck near his hip. He still suffers from the wound.

Allen was visiting Duluth from California, in part, to see if he could donate a kidney to his father. According to his obituary, he enjoyed longboarding and spending time with family and friends. He wanted to become an underwater welder.