MILWAUKEE (AP) – Now that a Milwaukee man has been convicted of killing his teenage neighbor, a civil case against him will resume.     Seventy-six-year-old John Henry Spooner was convicted last week in the 2012 death of Darius Simmons. Spooner shot the 13-year-old in the chest after accusing him of burglarizing Spooner’s shotguns. Police searched Darius’ home but didn’t find the guns.   The boy’s mother, Patricia Larry, filed a wrongful-death lawsuit against Spooner. But that case was put on hold while the criminal case was going on.   It now resumes Thursday with a scheduling conference, where the court will set dates for further activity.  Larry’s attorney, Jonathan Safran, says Spooner doesn’t appear to have many assets, but the lawsuit was a way to keep him from selling off whatever he did have.