A jury will return to court Tuesday for deliberations in the trial of a Detroit police officer blamed for the fatal shooting of a 7-year-old girl.
The jury met for about five hours Friday before going home for the weekend. Deliberations resumed Monday morning in Wayne County court and ended Monday afternoon without a verdict.
Joseph Weekley is charged with involuntary manslaughter, a felony.
Aiyana Stanley-Jones was shot in the head while she slept on a couch near the front door of a Detroit home. Weekley was leading a pack of officers into the home to search for a murder suspect in 2010.
Weekley claims he accidentally pulled the trigger when Aiyana's grandmother struck his gun. Mertilla Jones denies any interference.
The jury could acquit Weekley or convict him of a lesser crime.
Read more on this case:
- No verdict yet in officer's trial for girl killed in raid
- Weekley jury asks to review video evidence again
- Officer gives emotional testimony on raid that killed girl
- Detroit officer says he didn't mean to kill 7-year-old
- Jury in Aiyana Jones trial sees 'stun grenade' demo
- Officer says he saw no struggle before Aiyana Jones' death