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Ivory Webb Shooting Trial

Ivory Webb shooting trialFormer San Bernardino County sheriff's deputy Ivory J. Webb Jr. is on trial for attempted voluntary manslaughter in the 2006 shooting of an unarmed Air Force police officer during a traffic stop. Airman Elio Carrion was shot after the deputy pursued the Corvette in which he was a passenger at high speed through the streets of Chino. Webb has pleaded not guilty.


  • The Players

    Who's who in the trial of Ivory Webb

  • Ivory Webb Trial
    Ivory Webb Trial
  • Trial in taped shooting begins

    Lawyers began the jury screening process Monday in the trial of Ivory J. Webb Jr. -- the former San Bernardino County sheriff's deputy who shot an unarmed Air Force police officer three times during a traffic stop -- and they got their first taste of how difficult it will be to find jurors...

  • Ex-S.B. County Deputy to Face Trial in Shooting, Judge Rules

    Prosecutors have enough evidence to try former San Bernardino County Sheriff's Deputy Ivory J. Webb Jr., who is charged with attempted voluntary manslaughter for shooting an unarmed Air Force police officer after a high-speed chase in Chino in January, a judge ruled Monday.

  • Shooting Accounts at Odds in Report

    Minutes after shooting an unarmed man at the end of a high-speed chase, a San Bernardino County sheriff's deputy told a sergeant who arrived at the scene that he opened fire because the 21-year-old suspect had "charged him," according to a confidential sheriff's report.

  • Deputy Enters a Not-Guilty Plea in Videotaped Shooting of Airman

    The San Bernardino County sheriff's deputy who shot an unarmed Air Force policeman after a high-speed chase in Chino pleaded not guilty Wednesday to attempted voluntary manslaughter.

  • Deputy to Stand Trial in Shooting

    Relying heavily on a grainy, amateur video recording that provoked nationwide alarm, the San Bernardino County district attorney charged a sheriff's deputy Tuesday with attempted voluntary manslaughter for opening fire on an unarmed Air Force policeman after a high-speed pursuit.

  • Deputy's Lawman Father Backs Him

    The father of a San Bernardino County sheriff's deputy who opened fire on an Air Force police officer in a controversial shooting said Friday that his son had fired because he had felt threatened and had a "split second to react."

  • Shooting Shocks Deputy's Friends

    Friends and family of the San Bernardino County sheriff's deputy who opened fire on an Air Force security officer in a video-recorded shooting described the deputy Thursday as level-headed and "by-the-book."

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