A jury found Eddie Sample and Daniel Miller guilty Thursday of first-degree murder in the Jan. 25, 2006, attack on 34-year-old Jorge Trujillo.
Authorities say Trujillo was on his way to a friend's house when the pair sneaked up on him and hit him over the head with a bat.
Trujillo wandered around bloody and disoriented until confronted by officers. When he ignored them, officers used a stun gun and baton strikes to subdue him.
Defense attorneys argued that police had played a role in Trujillo's death. But prosecutors said each of the five bat blows had been enough to kill him.
Sample and Miller each face 25 years to life in prison.