A man who was arrested in connection of the deaths of a Williams couple was found guilty by a jury in a Coconino County courtroom Thursday. After two days of deliberation, 30-year-old Derrick Barnett was found guilty on two counts of first degree murder, one count of first degree burglary, one count of theft, three counts of weapons misconduct, a count of cruelty to animals and one count of theft of means of transportation. Barnett was accused of killing 64-year-old Nora DiMuria and her 67-year-old husband Michael in their Red Lake home, north of Williams back in May of 2017. Barnett broke into their home, fatally shot the couple and their dog and burglarized them. He then stole the DiMuria’s vehicle and drove to Cortez, Colorado when he then abandoned it at a campground. Barnett then stole another vehicle and was tracked down. He was arrested by Colorado deputies after Barnett fired on them during a high speed chase. Deputies forced the vehicle off the road, causing it to roll. Sentencing for Barnett will take place October 17th at two p.m. at the Coconino County Superior Court in Flagstaff.