Twenty-year-old Bethany McKee of Joliet has been found guilty for her part in a double murder in Joliet last year.
McKee faces a mandatory life sentence. Judge Gerald Kinney presided over her bench trial and issued his verdict Friday.
The January 2013 slayings of 22-year-olds Terrance Rankins and Eric Glover were particularly gruesome. The men were found in a home in Joliet with plastic bags over their heads.
McKee was arrested in Kankakee shortly after the bodies of the victims were found.
Two other suspects are awaiting trial and a fourth, Alissa Massaro, has pleaded guilty to robbery and concealment of a homicidal death in exchange for a 10-year prison sentence.
In final arguments earlier this month, McKee's attorney argued his client may be guilty of other things, but there's no evidence linking her to the murders.