Rojas fled the scene, barricaded himself in a home and then was shot himself three times by police before being taken into custody.
The young gunman was shot in the torso leg and hand as cops swarmed the property to apprehend him. He hit him three times.
A Florida detective who was repeatedly shot by a gunman a year ago pulled out a tube of K-Y jelly in court to taunt his attacker after he was sentenced to life in prison Wednesday.
When the officer pulled out the tube of personal lubricant, he said, "I brought a little gift for you". "When I brought the fight back to you, you ran like a coward". "You will need it where you are going".
Rojas began shooting repeatedly at the officer.
Rojas was found guilty back in October for attempted first-degree murder, attempted manslaughter, two counts of aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer, grand theft auto and fleeing.
"It only took for me to look away for one second, and he was already on top of me trying to kill me", the detective said.
When questioned by a judge in a 30-minute hearing about the stunt, the officer refused to comment, the Times-Union reported.
During the trial, the officer described the near-death encounter in detail, the Times-Union reports. I see the blood splatter.
It will be 25 years before Rojas can be considered for parole, according to News4Jax.
An undercover officer shot multiple times by a teen survived and then, months later, brought K-Y Jelly to taunt the culprit.
A 21-year-old man convicted of opening fire on an off-duty undercover detective and the detective's son during a traffic stop last year was sentenced Wednesday to life in prison.
"I'm pretty sure Mr. Rojas doesn't understand what the rest of his life means", Judge James Daniel said Wednesday, the Times-Union reports.