FILE - In this Monday, Nov. 18, 2013, file photo, Del City Police Capt. Randy Harrison looks at the jurors box in the courtroom during his trial at the Oklahoma County Courthouse in Oklahoma City. Harrison, charged with manslaughter in the death of an armed teen, "crossed the line" when he shot the man, prosecutors told jurors Monday, Nov. 25, 2013, while defense attorneys said the officer was trying to protect people and believed the teenager was reaching for a gun. (AP Photo/The Oklahoman, Paul B. Southerland, File)The Associated Press
OKLAHOMA CITY – A jury is to resume deliberating in the trial of an Oklahoma police captain charged with manslaughter in a teen's shooting death.
Jurors got the case of Del City police Capt. Randy Harrison on Monday afternoon and deliberated until early Tuesday. The judge instructed them to leave around 12:40 a.m.
They are scheduled to return at noon Tuesday.
Prosecutors say Harrison "crossed the line" when he shot 18-year-old Dane Scott Jr. in March 2012. Defense attorneys say the veteran officer from the Oklahoma City suburb was trying to protect people and believed Scott was reaching for a gun.
Harrison shot Scott in the back after disarming him in a scuffle that followed a high-speed chase.
Harrison had previously arrested Scott on drug violations.