CLEVELAND -- The verdict is in regarding the fate of Sharon Moore in the March 30 fatal shooting.
The three woman with Nadia Williams, 25, when she died early March 30 from a bullet wound to the head, were charged with involuntary manslaughter in her death.
Charged in Williams' death were Sharon Moore, 24, Rachella Womack, 20, and Natosha Williams, 22, who is the dead woman's sister.
Moore was found guilty today of involuntary manslaughter and her sentencing is set for Nov. 19.
Womack pleaded guilty last week and will also be sentenced Nov. 19.
The security guard is Gary Williams, 41, of Mayfield Heights, whom Cleveland Heights Police Chief Jeff Robertson said is not related to the Williams sisters.
The incident took place at International House of Pancakes, 3452 Mayfield Road, in Cleveland Heights at about 2:50 a.m.
All four women are Cleveland residents. Gary Williams is a bailiff in Cleveland Municipal Court.
Three of the women got into an argument with the security guard Gary Williams, who was employed by IHOP. He tried to escort the women off the premises and that's when a fight broke out.
The security guard fell to the ground where his gun was discharged, firing one shot, hitting Williams in the head.
Williams was taken to University Hospitals where she died from her injuries.