Another woman, 16-year-old Anna Karam, was shot in the head. She and her unborn child died.

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AKRON -- Summit County Prosecuting Attorney Sherri Bevan Walsh confirmed that a jury recommended David A. Stoddard, 25, of Barberton, be sentenced to life without parole for a January 2013 shooting spree that left a pregnant Barberton teenager dead and another woman severely injured.

In the early hours of January 6, 2013, prosecutors said Stoddard forced his way into a home on East Archwood Avenue in Akron in search of a female friend.

After arguing with one of the men in the house, Stoddard started shooting.

A 20-year-old woman was shot in the ear but survived. Another woman, 16-year-old Anna Karam, was shot in the head. She and her unborn child died.

On March 10, the jury found Stoddard guilty of aggravated murder with three death specifications; two counts of attempted murder; two counts of reckless homicide; aggravated burglary; and felonious assault.

Judge Tom Teodosio will sentence Stoddard at 1 p.m. May 23.

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