Shephard used disguises to evade authorities for 10 weeks in 2016.
The 22-year-old evaded arrest for ten weeks in 2016.
Shephard has been sentenced to four months in jail.
The 19-year-old reportedly remained silent during the reading.
One of the Three Suspects in a Brutal Moncton Murder Trial Has Been Convicted of First-Degree Murder
Some of the jury members on the case reportedly cried after delivering the verdict.
In court Monday, police tapes of Devin Morningstar detailed the violence that started the long Canada-wide hunt for 20-year-old fugitive Marissa Shephard.
Stephen Nagle pled guilty to being an accessory after the fact to a brutal murder.
Marissa Shephard, the Moncton woman who evaded authorities for months before being arrested in March for the brutal murder of an 18-year-old, will return to court in June.
Those arrested with Shephard have been charged with aiding her. The 20-year-old woman has avoided police for more than 10 weeks.
Marissa Shephard was wanted on a Canada-wide warrant for first degree murder and arson, in connection with the death of Baylee Wylie last December in Moncton, New Brunswick.
Shephard was on the run for 10 weeks following the death of Baylee Wylie.
Meanwhile, co-accused Marissa Shephard, 20, remains at large.