PATROLMAN KENDALL FOUND INNOCENT ON EIGHT COUNTS - Guilty On Brandishing, Felony Burglary, Wanton Endangerment

A former Glenville patrolman, Sgt. Michael Kendall who shot at a man during a high speed chase and then proceeded to enter his parents home several miles away, was found not guilty on eight felony counts brought against him by a Gilmer County prosecutor.

The case was heard in Webster County.

The jury did find him guilty of lesser charges of brandishing a weapon, felony burglary and wanton endangerment.

The incident happened nearly one year ago on March 7.

After the shooting incident, Patrolmen Kendall continued his chase through another county, losing the suspect, but then entered the suspect's house which was in Gilmer County.