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A Madison man who was charged with attempted homicide after police said he shot at a man in another vehicle in May was acquitted Wednesday of all charges against him following a three-day jury trial.

Anthony Glynn-Miles Jr., 27, was found not guilty of attempted first-degree intentional homicide, first-degree reckless endangerment and discharging a firearm from a vehicle.

He had been charged with shooting a gun from one moving car into another moving car on Raymond Road on May 23. One of the shots grazed a man in the lower back. The man testified on Tuesday that he recognized the shooter as Glynn-Miles, but admitted under cross-examination by Glynn-Miles’ lawyer, Murali Jasti, that he had told police different accounts that omitted Glynn-Miles’ name.

The man said that he didn’t initially tell police because he was speaking in front of other people and feared “street justice” for being seen as a snitch. He described having “re-occuring problems” with Glynn-Miles, whom he knew for a little over a year.

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Ed Treleven is the courts reporter for the Wisconsin State Journal.