CONWAY, Ark. (AP) - A Faulkner County jury is recommending 184 years in prison for a Danville man it convicted of shooting a Conway police officer in March 2009.
The panel convicted Harley Inthisone on Thursday of attempted capital murder for wounding Officer Matthew Kimery and firing at Officer Matt Raeburn, and jurors recommended his punishment on Friday. The 184-year term includes 60 years for Kimery's shooting.
The panel also found Inthisone guilty of two counts of aggravated assault for attempting to shoot at two other officers who responded to the scene on a domestic disturbance call, and of a firearms possession charge.
Police said Inthisone shot at Kimery after barricading himself inside his ex-girlfriend's apartment.
Inthisone's attorney, listed in court records as James Wyatt, didn't immediately return a phone call Saturday seeking comment.