PITTSBURGH (AP) — A Pennsylvania man accused of beating his roommate to death over stolen beer has been found guilty of involuntary manslaughter.

A judge handed down the verdict Monday in the nonjury trial of 35-year-old Justin Vankirk.

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Police say the Brentwood resident told investigators he confronted 58-year-old roommate Charles Parker about the Keystone Ice beer last year and fought with him, then left him lying on the floor and went to bed.

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Vankirk says he returned home the next afternoon and found Parker not breathing. A defense attorney conceded during a trial last week

Vankirk punched Parker multiple times but said Parker’s fatal head injury could have come from falling down while drunk, something she alleged he had a history of doing.

The judge says Vankirk didn’t mean to kill his longtime friend but his actions caused the death.

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