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Havelock man found guilty on six counts of assaulting police officer

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NEW BERN, N.C. - A Craven County man was found guilty on six felony counts of assaulting a police officer and assault with a deadly weapon.

Richard Berry of Havelock, 61, came face-to-face with a judge this week, after authorities say he shot three police officers in the hand.

District Attorney Scott Thomas says on Valentine's Day last year, the girlfriend of Berry called 911 when she heard him firing a gun in the house.
     
When officers went into Berry's room, police say Berry shot them in the hand.
     
Berry's sentencing will be released Thursday afternoon. 9 On Your Side will bring you more details on his sentencing when they become available.

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