ELMIRA, N.Y. (WENY) -- Tasheam Jackson, who was charged over his alleged involvement in the shooting death of Jeremy Shazer, was acquitted by a jury on all charges. Jackson was initially charged with murder and criminal possession of a weapon in the case.

According to Chemung County District Attorney Weeden Wetmore, security footage shown to the jury showed Jackson in the car with Shazer and three others, with a gun in his hand, but the jury could not determine if Jackson fired any shots when the shooting occurred.

Others charged in relation to Shazer's death include Shamel Swan, Micah Brown, Zemuyah Graham and Tashawn Payne.

Swan was convicted last December of second degree murder and criminal possession of a weapon for the shooting. He is serving 25 years to life behind bars.

Micah Brown was found guilty on a criminal possession of a weapon charge, but the jury in the initial case could not decide if he was guilty of murdering Shazer. Wetmore says they will retry Brown's case. He has not been sentenced yet.

Zemyuah Graham pled guilty on an attempted murder charge. He faces up to 25 years in prison.

Tashawn Payne was initially charged with possession of a weapon. His charges were dismissed after Wetmore's investigation determined he was just a witness to the murder.

As WENY News initially reported, in January 2023, Shazer was found in the drivers seat of a vehicle outside the Qountry Tavern in Elmira, with significant bullet wounds. He was taken to the hospital, after Elmira Police discovered him, where he later died. Shazer was 34.