NBC News reports:
The jury in the Bill Cosby trial said Thursday it’s deadlocked, but the judge ordered them to continue trying to reach a verdict. “We can not come to a unanimous consensus on any of these counts,” the panel said in a note to the judge sent out at 11:06 a.m. after more than 30 hours of deliberations. Cosby’s attorney made a motion for a mistrial, which Montgomery County Judge Steven O’Neill denied. The judge instead gave the jury new instructions – known as an Allen charge or a Spencer charge – reminding them of their duty to try to reach a decision. But, the judge added, “do not feel compelled to surrender your honest belief” of what the evidence showed simply to come to a verdict.
BREAKING: Cosby jury is deadlocked. Forewoman told the judge "We cannot come to a unanimous consensus on any of the counts." #BillCosby
— Lauren Dawn Johnson (@LaurenDawnFox29) June 15, 2017
Judge in Cosby trial instructed jurors to return to deliberations "with a view of reaching an agreement" and report back if they still can't
— Laura McCrystal (@LMcCrystal) June 15, 2017