Quinton Rubin, of Brentwood, convicted of second-degree murder

A Brentwood man has been convicted of killing his estranged wife's new boyfriend. A jury found Quinton Rubin guilty of second-degree murder on Thursday afternoon.

A jury found Quinton Rubin guilty of second-degree murder on Thursday afternoon.

A jury found Quinton Rubin guilty of second-degree murder on Thursday afternoon. (3/13/14)

WOODBURY - A Brentwood man has been convicted of killing his estranged wife's new boyfriend.

A jury found Quinton Rubin guilty of second-degree murder on Thursday afternoon.

Prosecutors say Ruben pistol-whipped his estranged wife, then shot her boyfriend Sean Berry five times.

It happened inside a trailer on Kenneth Lane in Bay Shore in November.

Prosecutors are pushing for a sentence of 25 years to life. Rubin will be sentenced next month.

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