Hawaii

Guilty verdict in missing Maui pregnant woman's death

  • FILE - In this July 15, 2014 file photo, Steven Capobianco appears in court in Wailuku, Hawaii. Capobianco was the ex-boyfriend of Carly "Charli" Scott, who was five months pregnant when she disappeared in 2014. A jury Wednesday, Dec. 28, 2016, found Capobianco guilty of murder and arson charges in the death of Scott. (Matthew Thayer/Maui News via AP, File)

    FILE - In this July 15, 2014 file photo, Steven Capobianco appears in court in Wailuku, Hawaii. Capobianco was the ex-boyfriend of Carly "Charli" Scott, who was five months pregnant when she disappeared in 2014. A jury Wednesday, Dec. 28, 2016, found Capobianco guilty of murder and arson charges in the death of Scott. (Matthew Thayer/Maui News via AP, File)  (The Associated Press)

  • FILE - In this July 16, 2014 file photo, Kimberlyn Scott poses for a portrait in Makawao, Hawaii. Scott's daughter, Carly "Charli" Scott, went missing in February 2014 and has not been seen since. Steven Capobianco was the ex-boyfriend of Carly Scott. A jury Wednesday, Dec. 28, 2016 found Capobianco guilty of murder and arson charges in the death of Scott. (AP Photo/Oskar Garcia, File)

    FILE - In this July 16, 2014 file photo, Kimberlyn Scott poses for a portrait in Makawao, Hawaii. Scott's daughter, Carly "Charli" Scott, went missing in February 2014 and has not been seen since. Steven Capobianco was the ex-boyfriend of Carly Scott. A jury Wednesday, Dec. 28, 2016 found Capobianco guilty of murder and arson charges in the death of Scott. (AP Photo/Oskar Garcia, File)  (The Associated Press)

A jury has found a Hawaii man guilty of murder in the death of his ex-girlfriend who disappeared while five months pregnant with his child.

Jurors reached the verdict on Wednesday.

Steven Capobianco has been on trial since June in the death of Carly "Charli" Scott. Her mother and sisters last saw her on Feb. 9, 2014.

Police later found some of Scott's body parts and bloody clothes.

Defense attorney Jon Apo told jurors that detectives, Scott's family and even Capobianco's friends presumed him guilty without considering other suspects.

Capobianco didn't testify.