Maryland cop convicted of shooting man in back has bail revoked after attempting to attack Maryland prosecutors in court.
A former District Heights police officer found guilty of shooting a handcuffed and fleeing suspect was sent back to jail with his bond revoked after attempting to attack prosecutors in the courtroom Tuesday.
Johnnie Riley was supposed to be sentenced in Prince George’s County Circuit Court, but after he tried to attack prosecutors during his hearing the sentencing was postponed to Oct. 15. According to the state’s attorney’s office, several sheriff’s deputies had to subdue Riley and the courtroom was cleared. Riley had been out on bond ahead of his sentencing.