UPDATE (KCEN) -- Rickey Cummings was found guilty of the murders of Hubert and Sneed.
The jury deliberated for about three hours before coming to their decision.
The punishment phase will begin on Monday at 8:30 a.m.
(KCEN) -- The jury is now deliberating the verdict in the Rickey Cummings double murder trial.
Cummings is accused of shooting four people in March of 2011, killing 21-year-old Keenan Hubert and 17-year-old Tyus Sneed at the Lakewood Villas Apartments in Waco.
The courtroom was packed again today as the prosecution and defense issued their closing arguments. Prosecutor and Assistant DA Michael Jarrett went first. He approached the jury and stared at Cummings as he made his final remarks.
Jarrett said, "If the plan had been carried out there would be no witnesses, nobody to tell the story. Thank God he can't shoot straight."
Defense Attorney Hunt went next. He tried to poke holes in all the evidence. He also said the prosecution's main witness, Nickoll Henry, is unreliable because she struggles with mental issues. Henry said she saw Cummings after the shooting and locked eyes with Cummings after his gun got jammed.
The prosecution said Henry would be able to identify a man with a gun.
Hunt said, "We have no gun, no DNA, no reliable eyewitness. That's what we've got."
Prosecutor Greg Davis then spoke on the gun issue. He said, "They took care of those guns. Boy, I wish we had those guns, but that doesn't mean they're not real."
Cummins was calm during closing arguments and didn't show much emotion.
The prosecution ended by saying Cummings is ruthless and calculating. Davis said, "I'll tell you one thing, he's not innocent."
If Cummings is convicted he faces the death penalty or life in prison without parole.