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By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
A Virginia police officer who fatally shot an 18-year-old man has been convicted of voluntary manslaughter.
News media outlets report that a jury found Richmond Police Officer David L. Cobb guilty of voluntary manslaughter on Thursday for the October 2015 shooting of Paterson Brown Jr. The conviction carries a sentence of one to 10 years in prison.
Cobb was tried a second time this week. A judge declared a mistrial in June after jurors became deadlocked.
Cobb, who was off duty, said he fired in self-defense after the two men got into an argument. Officials said Brown inexplicably jumped into Cobb’s girlfriend’s car and drove it out of the washing bay. Witnesses testified that Cobb told him repeatedly to get out, and Brown wouldn’t.
Article Appeared @http://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/officer-shot-teen-convicted-voluntary-manslaughter-45384616
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By: JAKE FISCHER
NEW YORK — Roughly 75 minutes before the Knicks and Clippers tipped off at Madison Square Garden, Doc Rivers squinted at a grainy photograph. A paper, tucked inside a clear, plastic frame, had been plastered on the wall outside Los Angeles’ locker room, a collage highlighting Rivers, a member of the 1992-95 Knicks, and three other former New York players: Jamal Crawford, Raymond Felton and Mike Woodson. Read MorePages: 1 2