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      Man found guilty on 7 of 9 charges stemming from police shoot-out

      Richard Radcliffe, Courtesy Grand Traverse Co. Jail

      On Thursday, 50-year-old Richard Radcliffe was found guilty on 7 of 9 charges stemming from a shoot-out with deputies back in April.

      Michigan State Police said Radcliffe fired several rounds at deputies after they were called to his house in Blair Township to investigate reports of gunshots from inside. One deputy was able to fire back. No one was injured in the shoot-out.

      Jurors stayed late Thursday to reach a final decision on Radcliffe's charges:

      Count 1: Assault with intent to murder Conservation Officer Shawn Kehoe - Guilty

      Count 2: Assault with intent to murder Deputy Matthew Jerome - Not Guilty

      Count 3: Assault with intent to murder Deputy Kirk Parker - Guilty

      Count 4: Assault with a dangerous weapon on Conservation Officer Shawn Kehoe - Guilty

      Count 5: Assault with a dangerous weapon on Deputy Matthew Jerome - Guilty

      Count 6: Assault with a dangerous weapon on Deputy Kirk Parker - Guilty

      Count 7: Discharge firearm in a building - Guilty

      Count 8: Felony Firearm - Guilty

      Count 9: Possession of firearm while under the influence - Not Guilty

      A pre-sentence report will now be prepared and the Prosecutor will take possession of the evidence.

      Sentencing is tentatively set for November 5th.