A mistrial has been declared in the case against Cortnee Brantley.
U.S. District Judge James Moody hesitantly declared a mistrial after the jury deliberated for more than eight hours over two days. The foreman told Moody they were deadlocked, and could not reach a verdict.
Brantley was accused of failing to report that Dontae Morris, accused of killing two police officers in 2010, was a felon in possession of a firearm.
Morris was her boyfriend at the time of the murders.
Investigators say Brantley was the driver of the car Morris was riding in when he allegedly shot and killed officers Jeffrey Kocab and David Curtis during a traffic stop.
Morris is also charged with murdering three other people a few weeks before the police slayings. The victims are identified as Derek Anderson, Rodney Jones and Harold Wright.
Brantley is not charged in connection with any of the murders.
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