Florida Cop Brings KY Jelly To Convicted Shooter's Sentencing

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"I got a little gift for you", the officer told Rojas before pulling out a tube of K-Y Jelly, the Florida Times-Union reported.

The officer, whose identity has not been released due to the nature of his job, was with his young son at the time.

On Wednesday, reporters noticed Kevin Rojas appeared smug in court when the officer whom he shot called him a coward and said he would have a tough time in prison.

"You are going to need a lot of this", he said, implying that Rojas would be raped while serving his sentence.

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Rojas, 21, from Jacksonville had fired a gun at a home after arguing with his girlfriend in March 2016. During the pursuit, Rojas, 21, began shooting through the windshield of the officer's auto. His son was not struck.

The officer, who was taking his child to school at the time, chose to pull Rojas after noticing the wild driving.

Then, he barricaded himself inside a residence and he was only detained after Rojas himself took three bullets. The officer was sporting a ballistic vest that said "police" on it at the time, WLTV reports.

He finished by adding to Rojas: "When I returned fire, and I brought the fight back, you started to run like a coward".

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"I'm pretty sure Mr. Rojas doesn't understand what the rest of his life means", Judge James Daniel said Wednesday, the Times-Union reports.

Rojas was convicted of attempted first-degree murder, attempted manslaughter, two counts of aggravated assault on a police officer, grand theft auto and fleeing.

Rojas made a run for it, stole a truck and fled the scene, racing back to his neighborhood, according to the report.

Rojas will be eligible for parole 25 years into his sentence.

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Rojas did not speak during the sentencing and his family left the courtroom in tears, according to reports.

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