FORT WORTH (CSDFW.COM) – Ed McIver Jr. will continue serving probation after he was found to have violated his parole late last year.

McIver was involved in a police pursuit back in March of 2016 that ended in a shootout between his father and officers.

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Prosecutors say McIver failed to check in with his probation officer in November.

In a court hearing Friday morning, the judge added an additional punishment to McIver’s probation conditions: 90 days in ISF.

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ISF stands for Intermediate Sanction Facility; it’s an alternative lock up.  Judges use time in ISF as a tool to get offenders back on track.

McIver will also continue with his probation after his release from ISF.

Last year a jury found McIver Jr. guilty of a misdemeanor evading arrest charge. He was the passenger in a vehicle driven by his father back in March of 2016.

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The pursuit led to a shootout with police that killed Ed McIver, Sr.  Fort Worth Police Officer Matt Pearce was shot six times, and survived.