Mistrial declared in trial for January shootings
A man was convicted on one count and a mistrial was declared on the other four counts against him related to a shooting that injured two 12-year-old girls on January 3.
James Carter was charged with attempted murder, two counts of battery with a deadly weapon, criminal recklessness and pointing a firearm.
Carter was convicted of pointing a firearm. The jury could not come to unanimous agreement on the other four counts.
He could be sentenced on the charge as a level 6 felony, 6 months to 30 months, or a class A misdemeanor, up to one year.
Sentencing is scheduled for July 7.