After a long day of testimony, the jury took came up with a guilty verdict.
Mark Taylor kept a straight face when the judge read aloud the jurors signed verdict. Taylor was found guilty of murder, kidnapping, and tampering with physical evidence in the death of Lexington Chef Alex Johnson.
Trial resumed Monday morning for a man accused of killing University of Kentucky Chef, Alex Johnson in December 2013. Prosecutors called the medical examiner, Dr. Meredith Frame who performed Johnson's autopsy.
Testimonies continued Wednesday morning on the third day of the Alex Johnson Murder trial.
Robert Mark Taylor is accused of beating the Lexington man to death in 2013, allegedly over issues with Johnson's successful marijuana business.
Opening statements which included graphic descriptions and demonstrations of how Alex Johnson was killed in 2013 kicked off the trial for a Lexington man accused in the UK chef's kidnapping and murder.