Woman guilty in shooting husband in buttocks

Lisa Guerra, 36, facing five-99 years to life in prison on assault charges

SAN ANTONIO – After deliberations that spanned two days, a San Antonio woman has been found guilty of assault charges after shooting her husband in the buttocks.

Lisa Guerra, 36, shot her husband John Romo in his backside during a domestic disturbance.

Her lawyer called it a "feeding frenzy of violence" at the couple's home in December 2012.

She is facing a punishment range of from five-99 years to life in prison.