A jury was unable to reach a verdict on the most serious charges against a man accused of shooting at a Knoxville Police Officer.
Cameron Cook, 18, was captured on video shooting at Officer Andrew Olson after he was pulled over for driving a stolen vehicle.
A mistrial was declared on charges of attempted 1st degree murder and use of a firearm during at attempted 1st degree murder.
Cook was found not guilty on theft charges.
He was found guilty on charges of felony evading arrest (in a car), misdemenaor evading arrest (on foot), employing a firearm during a felony, possssion of marijuana and cocaine, and driving on a suspended license.
He will not be sentenced on the guilty convictions until the disposition of the mistrial charges. A new trial date has been set for April 2.
The trial continued Thursday in the case of 18-year-old Cameron Cook who is accused of shooting a Knoxville police officer one year ago.
We now have a first look at the dashcam footage of that incident.
Officer Andrew Olson was trying to pull Cook over for driving a stolen vehicle when Cook pulled over near the intersection of Washington Pike and Alice Bell Road.
Cook began shooting at Officer Olson, and did hit the officer in the leg.
Olson did survive, and he testified today against Cook in court.