After four days of testimony, it only took the jury 90 minutes Thursday to find 19-year-old Lee Griffin guilty on all counts for a December home invasion that left one woman dead.

Griffin was convicted on six counts -- 2 counts of robbery, 2 counts of burglary and 2 counts of felony murder for his role in the break-in last December in the 1000 block of N. Michigan Street in South Bend.

Though Griffin didn't wield the knife, the jury found him responsible for the death of Sandra Price, the woman who lived at the home.

Price died from her injuries almost two weeks after the break in.

The St. Joseph County prosecutor's office had charged five people in connection with the deadly home invasion.

December 27, 2012, police arrested the suspects leaving the home, some of whom were carrying items from the house.

2 people were found inside the home with injuries that appeared to be life-threatening, so the county Metro Homicide Unit was activated. 3 other people were also hurt.

Griffin's sentencing is scheduled for October 11.

Walter Neely, 48, pleaded guilty to murder and robbery and was sentenced to 115 years behind bars.

Khawann Lamar, 22, pleaded guilty to felony murder, which carries an advisory sentence of 55 years. Lamar is set to be sentenced on Friday.

Nate Coley, 19. has a trial date of November 12 for his role in the crime, while Gemari Cotton, 18, is scheduled to go to trial on November 4.