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Perquondis Holmes guilty of murder of Dae'Quan Campbell

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Supporters of the late Dae'Quan Campbell wait to leave a Black Hawk County courtroom after his killer is convicted March 11. (Michael Crowe, KWWL) Supporters of the late Dae'Quan Campbell wait to leave a Black Hawk County courtroom after his killer is convicted March 11. (Michael Crowe, KWWL)
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A jury has found a Waterloo man guilty of the shooting death of another Waterloo man in November 2013.

Perquondis Holmes was found guilty on all charges in a Black Hawk County court, including first-degree murder in the death of Dae'Quan Campbell, 18.

Campbell was shot in the chest and hip on Nov. 14, 2013, in the 1200 block of Langley Road in Waterloo. He was taken to Covenant Medical Center where he was pronounced dead.

Family and friends of Campbell packed the courtroom, wearing "Justice for Bubba" t-shirts. Tears streamed down their faces when the verdict was read, and they clapped.

Supporters of Holmes were wearing "Buck-Fett Gang" t-shirts. "Buck" is Holmes' nickname.

A Black Hawk County judge issued a warrant for Holmes' arrest on Dec. 6, 2013, for possession of a firearm as a felon, with bond set at $100,000.

Holmes was arrested several days later by members of the U.S. Marshals Metro Fugitive Task Force in Lincoln, Nebraska, where Holmes had been staying.

Waterloo Police then sent two investigators to Lincoln to follow up on the arrest, adding the murder and unlawful flight charges.

A tip that came through the Cedar Valley Crime Stoppers helped police make the arrest.Eric Page and Amie Steffeneicher contributed to this report.

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