Saginaw Man Found Guilty of Muder in 2020 Slaying of Two Women

A Saginaw man may spend the rest of his life in prison after a jury found him guilty of killing two women.

The incident took place March 14, 2020 at a home on Gallagher Street. 57-year-old Jerome Rogers entered the home and shot 72-year-old Hortense Williams and her 48-year-old daughter, Teresa Allen to death. He also shot two other people, a man and a woman, though they both survived.

Rogers was charged with eight counts, including second degree murder. He was convicted on all charges. A sentencing date has not ben set.