Hung Jury in Officer Shooting Case
A St. Louis jury couldn't agree on a verdict for the suspect in the shooting of police officer Robert Miller, who survived being shot six times in November of 2002. The judge declared a mistrial in the case of 28-year-old Torey Lamont Miller this afternoon after nearly eleven hours of jury deliberations over two days. Prosecutors had alleged Torey Miller was on the run from police after allegedly killing a woman in a gas station parking lot in 2002. Torey Miller was acquitted on those charges in July of last year. Prosecutors alleged that two months after the woman's death, Offier Robert Miller tried to pull over an S-U-V with Torey Miller inside and was shot.