The verdict is in. A Kentucky jury found 17-year-old Joshua Young not guilty of the beating death of his stepbrother, Trey Zwicker. He was also found not guilty of tampering with evidence.
The jurors could have found him guilty of murder whether they believed he acted alone or with someone else.
The tampering charge involved the accusation that he threw away clothes and a bloody baseball bat after the murder.
The jury deliberated for approximately 8 hours before returning their verdicts.