He says that night he was driving along Palm St. with a group of friends. "I saw an officer and his car lights were flashing so I slowed down and padded my breaks a couple of times to let my friend know there was an officer up here," Blalock said. That's when Shreveport Police officer Michael Mills asked him to stop. On Mills' dash cam video, Mills can be heard asking Blalock to put his hands up and stop. Then, gunshots ring out. According to police, Mills ordered Blalock to stop and when he refused Blalock struck with him with his vehicle, prompting Mills to open fire. However, Blalock says that's a lie.
"The only thing I did was what he told me to do," Blalock says, " he told me to stop and get my hands up so I stopped and got my hands up." Blalock says Mills opened fire unprovoked. Blalock's car was hit four times. He turned himself into police just days later on charges of attempted murder of an officer. But on Wednesday, a Caddo district judge found him not guilty because the evidence did not prove he was guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. Blalock has filed a civil suit against the Shreveport Police Department. We contacted the department for comment but police officials declined.