SALEM, Ore. (AP) — A jury has found a Salem police corporal justified in the use of force in a non-fatal shooting involving three people, according to the Marion County District Attorney’s Office. The Statesman Journal reports a Marion County Grand Jury found Cpl. Joshua Buker justified Monday for using deadly force against Vincent Nesbitt, Daren Shelton-Olson and an unknown person allegedly involved in an attempted carjacking Nov. 12. The district attorney’s office says a woman reported two men tried to rob her vehicle. Officers found potential suspects and when their vehicle stopped, all three occupants fled on foot. Buker chased them, was shot at by one of them and returned fire. No one was injured.