A Baltimore man was convicted Friday of the 2013 murder of a one-year-old, according to the Baltimore City State's Attorney's Office.
Reginald Love was convicted of first-degree murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted first-degree murder and two handgun charges.
He was part of a crew that conspired to kill Rashaw Scott in May 2013. Scott was lured to the 1200 block of Cherry Hill Road at approximately 8:30 p.m. He had his one-year-old son, Carter Scott, in the back seat of the car.
When Scott arrived at the location, he was ambushed by four men wearing latex gloves who fired multiple shots into the vehicle. Scott and his son were hit multiple times. and his son did not survive the shooting.
The state's attorney's office said as the case developed, authorities intercepted a letter written by Love asking an individual to tamper with the jury during jury selection.
Love is the last defendant to be convicted in the murder.
Last year, Cornell Harvey, the man responsible for setting up the father of the child, was sentenced to two consecutive life sentences, plus 50 years for the child's murder.
In April, accomplices to the murder were also sentenced.
Rashid Mayo was sentenced to two life sentences plus 45 years, Eddie Tarver was sentenced to two life sentences plus 20 years, and Dequan Shields was sentenced to life plus 20 years.
The getaway car used in the crime was registered to Mayo's girlfriend, Breyon Cason. In July, Cason was found guilty of accessory to murder. She will be sentenced Aug. 30.
Love will be sentenced Sept. 19.