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Man Accused of Shooting at Police Found Not Guilty of Attempted Murder

Brooks Perry Brooks Perry

EASTON, Md. – A jury has found Brooks Perry, of Milford not guilty of attempted first and second-degree murder charges related to a police chase in March.

Police said Perry shot at Maryland State Police officers after fleeing a traffic stop. He led troopers in a seven mile car chase, including across a golf course, before escaping on foot. Police say that during the foot pursuit Perry pulled a gun and fired toward the officers attempting to take him into custody.

On Friday, Perry was found guilty of reckless endangerment, fraud, reckless driving, negligent driving and failure to display license on demand. The jury also convicted him of four counts of fleeing from police, two counts for driving from a traffic stop and two counts for fleeing on foot.

The jury found Perry not guilty on counts of first and second-degree assault.

Perry is being held without bond at the Talbot County Detention Center. A date has not been set for sentencing.

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