Gregory Baucum Jr. was convicted on two misdemeanor counts, but acquitted of a felony charge.

NEW KENSINGTON, Pa. (AP/KDKA) — The father of a man convicted in the fatal shooting of a western Pennsylvania police officer has been found guilty of intimidating a potential witness in his son’s trial.

Gregory Baucum was convicted on two misdemeanor counts, but acquitted of a felony charge.

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Gregory Baucum Jr. (Photo Credit: KDKA)

The former Arnold resident faces up to four years in state prison when he’s sentenced later this year.

Authorities have said Baucum threatened the witness on social media, labeled her a snitch and published details online of her cooperation with law enforcement.

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Baucum’s son, Rahmael Sal Holt, was convicted in the shooting death of New Kensington Police Officer Brian Shaw last year and sentenced to death.

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