Eldridge was originally charged with more than a dozen counts related to the incident, including murder, online jail records show. On Friday, he was found not guilty of murder and three other felony counts.
Eldridge was convicted, jail records show, of aggravated assault, burglary, criminal attempt to commit a felony, criminal damage to property, and two counts of making terroristic threats or acts — all felonies. He was also found guilty of one misdemeanor count of battery. On Tuesday, Eldridge’s final two misdemeanor counts, criminal trespass and battery against a person age 65 or older, were dismissed.