(Salem, OR) -- A Detroit, Michigan, man is awaiting sentencing in Salem for killing a man during a botched marijuana robbery and home invasion in August 2016. Twenty-four-year-old Denzel Hawthorne was convicted of all but one charge against him, with the jury acquitting him of aggravated murder. The "Salem Statesman Journal" reports he and a college football teammate at Trinity Bible College in North Dakota drove to Salem to try to collect on a drug debt from the son of the man Hawthorne killed. He faces at least 25 years in prison. Co-defendant Eloy Carrera Jr. pleaded guilty and was sentenced to life in prison for his role in Brett White's death, but is eligible for parole in 25 years.