Jury deliberates verdict in Anderson trial

MILFORD - A jury is still deliberating a verdict regarding Jason Anderson, a police officer who was charged with killing two teens in an accident with his cruiser in 2009.

Earlier today, jurors found Anderson not guilty of manslaughter, but guilty of negligent homicide and other charges including reckless driving.

The judge presiding over the case allegedly refused to accept the verdicts, and sent the jury back to deliberate.Police say Anderson was going more than 90 mph in his cruiser down Route 1 when he hit the two 19-year-olds from Orange.The jury has yet to reach a unanimous decision.

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