Two Geneva teens were found guilty on Friday of first- and second-degree robbery — stemming from an incident that took place near Hobart & William Smith Colleges on August 26th.
Jemar McCall, 19, and Raequan McCall, 16, were found guilty on Friday. They were accused of stealing a cell phone from a male student who was walking to his dorm around 12:15 am. The jury deliberated for several hours before delivering a verdict.
Both are scheduled to be sentenced on March 29th by Judge William Kocher, who also presided over their trial.