A man convicted of attempted homicide of a Pennsylvania State Trooper in Northampton County last year faces a lengthy prison sentence.
Daniel Clary was convicted of attempted homicide of a law enforcement officer in June after he shot Pennsylvania State Police Corporal Seth Kelly. Kelly and another trooper were involved in a traffic stop in November when Clary was pulled over.
During the stop, Clary and the troopers began fighting on the side of the road. Clary freed himself from the troopers, grabbed a gun, and fired it at Corporal Kelly before fleeing to an area hospital.
Clary was sentenced to 53 1/2 to 110 years in prison.