Parkerson awaits sentencing date for shooting Klamath County Sheriff’s Deputy

parkersonKlamath Falls, Ore. – No sentencing date has been set for a man found ‘guilty’ of shooting and wounding a Klamath County Sheriff’s Deputy.

A jury found William ‘Jack’ Parkerson guilty on charges including attempted aggravated murder and first-degree assault back in May.

Parkerson shot Deputy Jason Weber in the face and stomach during a traffic stop in August of 2014.

The same jury that found Parkerson ‘guilty’ will return for the sentencing phase of the trial.

The jury will need to determine if Parkerson meets criteria as a ‘serious offender’ for sentencing beyond Measure 11 guidelines.

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