A jury has found a man guilty of trying to kill law enforcement officers during a shootout at his Grand Traverse County home.
Richard Radcliffe was convicted this past week of assault with intent to commit murder, assault with a dangerous weapon, discharge of firearms at a building and felony firearm.
The 50-year-old was arrested April 7 after authorities say he fired an AK-47 assault rifle at two sheriff's deputies and a Michigan Department of Natural Resources conservation officer outside his Blair Township home.
One deputy returned fire, but no one was hurt before Radcliffe surrendered.
The Traverse City Record-Eagle reports Saturday that sentencing is set for Nov. 8.
Defense lawyer Dena Horvath says Radcliffe "definitely" will look into an appeal.
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