Daniel Holtzclaw, the Oklahoma City policeman who was charged with serial raping 13 Black women, has been found guilty on Thursday night of 18 of the 36 felony charges against him, according to CNN.
Holtzclaw was convicted of 5 counts of rape and 13 counts of sexual battery against 8 of the 13 accusers. The all-White jury, made up of 8 men and 4 women, deliberated over the course of four days for more than 40 hours.
Holtzclaw is scheduled to be sentenced on January 21. He faces life in prison for his crimes.