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July 26, 2015 -- The black male accused of murdering a Vallejo, Calif. police officer was found guilty last week.

Henry Albert Smith Jr. is guilty on all counts of first-degree murder in the 2011 death of Police Officer James Capoot, the jury determined.

Reports say Officer Capoot died after being shot three times as he pursued a bank robber.

The decision was reported July 24, 2015.

• The U.S. Dept. of Justice reports that 52.2 percent of all homicides in the nation were committed by blacks; nearly all by black males ages 18 to 49 who comprise about four percent of the nation's population.

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A Solano County jury has found Henry Albert Smith Jr. guilty on all counts of first-degree murder in the 2011 death of Vallejo Police Officer James Capoot.

Capoot was fatally shot as he chased down Smith in a North Vallejo neighborhood following a bank robbery. Capoot pursued the suspect behind some homes and shots were fired. When Capoot's fellow officers reached him they saw that he had been shot three times. He died from his injuries.

Deliberations in the trial had to restart twice.

Just this week, the judge removed a juror for bias against police after the juror allegedly called a bailiff quote "a thug with a gun."

Earlier, a juror had to be replaced due to a health emergency. A judge also became ill at one point in the trial.

Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty against Smith.

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