Man convicted of shooting at cops released from prison

Published: Jun. 13, 2008 at 3:15 PM EDT|Updated: Jun. 15, 2008 at 5:15 PM EDT
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A man who was convicted of shooting a police officers eight years ago will be released from prison on Friday.

Cheyne Kehoe was convicted of felonious assault, attempted murder and carrying a concealed weapon in 2000.

He was involved in an infamous shooting incident with Wilmington Police that was caught on dash cam.

Kehoe disappeared after that shooting, but was found after a story on him aired on FOX's "America's Most Wanted." He turned himself in to authorities while in Washington state.

Kehoe's brother, Chevie, was also involved in the shooting. He was allegedly connected to Timothy McVeigh and the Oklahoma City bombing. Cheyne turned his brother in and got a lesser sentence. Chevie was also convicted of a murder in Arkansas.

Both brothers are thought to be white supremacists.

Authorities will not say where Cheyne was released from for security reason. staff