Guilty verdict for man accused in Janesville woman's death

The verdict comes down in the case of a Rockford man, accused of killing an Afton woman.   A Winnebago County Jury finds 24-year-old Kody Walsh guilty in the death of 36-year-old Lori Daniels.  Walsh was accused of shooting Daniels in the head near South Beloit in September of 2012, while both were passengers in an S-U-V driven by Ebert Davison.  Walsh Fled after the killing of Daniels, and was captured a week later in Memphis, Tennessee, after a high speed chase with police.  The jury did find Walsh not guilty of the attempted murders of Davison and two police officers. Walsh faces 45-years to life in prison.