MUSKEGON, Mich. (WZZM) - The man Muskegon County officials say attacked two deputies inside the county jail has been found guilty.
A Muskegon County Sheriff's Department official told WZZM 13 News late Thursday night that Terry Raap had been convicted earlier in the day on several charges.
In August 2013, police say Raap attacked the deputies with weapons made from pieces of concrete inside of a sock and plexi-glass.
The injured deputies were 25-year and 19-year veterans of the Muskegon County Corrections Unit. Officers say the attack was without warning and without provocation.
Rapp has been inside the Muskegon County jail since October 21, 2012 for operating a meth lab. He is also a habitual offender with prior felony convictions for second degree criminal sexual conduct in 2007 and assaulting, resisting an officer in 2005.
No word yet on when Raap will receive his sentence.