A mistrial was declared in the trial of Mario Sierra, a former San Diego city official accused of child molestation.
Prosecutors accused the former “Street Czar” of molesting an underage female relative nearly eight years ago.
But the jury was split – seven said not guilty, three voted guilty and two were undecided.
Sierra was appointed to Director of Transportation and Storm Water last year.
The judge in the case told the lawyers, he doesn't think another jury will be able to reach a verdict with the evidence in this case.