November 16, 2021 |

The sex-offender from Missouri who shot at a Wyoming trooper during a high-speed chase on I-80 between Elk Mountain and Walcott Junction in February has again pushed back his jury trial.

The public defender for the 23-year old man filed for a continuance in district court yesterday, citing “mental health concerns” for her client.

Jett Garriot Adams faces ten counts, including first-degree attempted murder. The court requested another mental health examination. Cali O’Hare has the latest.

Photos courtesy Missouri DOC.


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