A 52-year-old man has been convicted of shooting his neighbor dead after a long-running feud that came to a head after the man unplugged the floodlights on his Canyon Country home.
A jury in San Fernando convicted Lennie P. Tracey on Wednesday of murder and assault with a firearm, a court clerk said.
Tracey killed 51-year-old Anthony Davis on Sept. 24, 2011, on Calypso Lane.
Sheriff's detectives said a long-running argument between the men grew more heated when Tracey installed floodlights that pointed toward Davis' home. Davis, upset that the lights disrupted his own video surveillance system, unplugged them.
Detectives said Tracey shot Davis twice with a shotgun about 3 a.m. and pointed the gun at Davis' wife.
Tracey will be sentenced Jan. 11 and could face a life sentence.