PORT RICHMOND — A second man who robbed a priest at gunpoint outside his church last year was found guilty Wednesday, District Attorney Michael McMahon announced.
Antwyne Lucas, 41, was convicted of robbery after a week-long trial and faces up to 25 years in prison for the charge, McMahon said.
"This defendant and his accomplice violently robbed a priest, leaving him badly injured and unconscious on the street outside of his own church," McMahon said. "Both men have now been convicted and will suffer the consequences of their depraved actions."
On the morning of June 3, 2016, Father Marc J. Roselli drove his car into the parking lot of St. Mary of the Assumption Church, 1265 Castleton Ave., and was heading inside to celebrate Mass when Lucas and Kerry Pack approached him, prosecutors and a parish worker previously said.
Pack pulled out a gun, pressed it to the priest's ribs and stole his car keys, $18 cash, his cell phone and his credit card, according to the worker and prosecutors. The pair then punched Roselli and drove off in his car.
Roselli was knocked unconscious and had bruising and swelling to his eye, authorities said.
The pair drove the victim's car several blocks away, discarding much of the stolen property, then ditched the vehicle and broke into a vacant Henderson Avenue home with a third person, Claudia Sirca, 26, prosecutors said.
The three were arrested later that day inside the home.
Park, 39, pleaded guilty to attempted robbery on Sept. 16, 2016 and was sentenced to 12 years to life in prison, authorities said.