Michael Dunn returns to the courtroom during jury deliberations in his murder trial in Jacksonville, FloridaVia Susan Cooper Eastman JACKSONVILLE, Florida (Reuters) – A Florida jury taking into consideration for a fourth day in the trial of a middle-aged man who shot and killed a young person right through an argument over blaring rap tune mentioned on Saturday it had reached a verdict on all counts excluding a first-stage homicide cost. Michael Dunn, 47, a white tool engineer, fired 10 rounds at an SUV carrying 4 teenagers in a Jacksonville fuel station automobile parking space in November 2012, killing 17-12 months-outdated black teen Jordan Davis. Jurors advised Decide Russell Healey in a notice that they had reached a verdict on four counts, including three counts of attempted first-degree homicide and one rely of firing a lethal missile into an occupied car. After jurors mentioned that they had been unable to achieve a unanimous verdict on the murder charge, Healey steered them to make one remaining effort to discover a consensus.