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A sentencing date has not yet been set for Ryan Randolph Holden.

Holden was found guilty of manslaughter in the death of 60 year-old Kelly Eugene Roney.

He was convicted in Dawson Creek, Wednesday.

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Roney died after being shot in front of Rockwell’s Pub on June 9, 2007.

Holden was arrested in Sault Saint Marie, Ont. more than two months after Roney’s death.

Holden faces a minimum sentence of five years in prison. 

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