Saturday, October 23, 2004

Man guilty of shooting into cop's car



The Enquirer

A Hamilton County Common Pleas jury found a 22-year-old West End man guilty of felonious assault for a Feb. 19 shooting into the windshield of a Cincinnati police detective's undercover car, narrowly missing the officer.

The jury acquitted Michael White on a charge of attempted murder.

White fired a single shot from a .380 semi-automatic handgun into the windshield of a Cincinnati police detective as he waited in his car at a red light at the intersection of West Liberty and John streets in the West End.

The officer suffered facial injuries from the broken windshield. He returned fire, hitting White in the left foot.

Sentencing is scheduled for next month. White faces up to 10 years in prison.




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