Few is white, and so was his son

Dating autistic boy shot

Jurors found Derrick Stafford guilty of manslaughter and attempted manslaughter charges, multiple news outlets reported. Few testified on Tuesday that he never heard any warnings before two officers fired. Stafford, a Marksville police lieutenant, and Greenhouse, a former Marksville police officer, were moonlighting on the night of the shooting. Mayeux said city marshals were chasing Few after he fled an attempt to serve a warrant. Before the shooting, Stafford and Greenhouse both had been sued over claims they had used excessive force or neglected their duties as police officers.

At least four of those bullets tore into Jeremy, who died within minutes. State police are handling the investigation, but they provided few details. The city marshals work for the city courts and serve warrants, carry firearms and have police powers, according to the mayor's office. Defense attorneys accused investigators of rushing to judgment, arresting the officers less than a week after the shooting.

Mayeux said Mardis was living withFew was listed in serious condition

Few is white, and so was his son. Stafford cried when a prosecutor showed him photographs of the slain first-grader.

Few was listed in serious condition Wednesday morning, according to hospital officials. Mayeux said Mardis was living with his father and grandmother in Marksville. Few said he kept driving in hopes of catching up with a girlfriend in a van ahead of him, so that she could take care of his son if he got arrested.

Avoyelles Parish Coroner L. Stafford and Greenhouse are black. He didn't deserve what happened.

He had faced charges of second-degree murder and attempted second-degree murder in the case. Tuesday in Marksville, La. The Advocate reports that Stafford testified Friday that he shot at the car because he feared Few was going to back up and hit the other deputy, Norris Greenhouse Jr. The coroner said Mardis died from multiple gunshot wounds to his head and chest. Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry said in a statement that his office is happy with the verdict.