Jordan Stafford was indicted in November 2015 for his role in the 2014 crash on southbound I-69 that killed two highway construction workers, RTV 6 reports.
On Wednesday, Stafford was found guilty of two counts of reckless operation of a vehicle in a highway work zone – death of worksite worker and two counts of disregarding traffic control device or flagman in highway work zone – death of worker.
Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry said in November that complex circumstances in the crash investigation extended the length of the investigation and ultimately resulted in the decision to present the case to a grand jury.
Sentencing will be on August 2.
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