The Oklahoma Metropolis police officer who shot and killed an armed man in November is not going to face costs.
The Oklahoma County grand jury decided there was not sufficient proof to pursue a case towards Grasp Sgt. Daniel Higginbottom.
Authorities mentioned Azjaynee Owens-Bey, 31, was shot and killed by Higginbottom throughout an incident that started when Owens-Bey pointed a pistol at a number of individuals.
Officer Higginbottom fired at Owens-Bey after he stepped round a wall and pointed a pistol at officers.
“In declining to challenge an indictment, the grand jury wrote in an interim report final week to Oklahoma County District Decide Anthony Bonner that it heard from two witnesses and reviewed 37 displays, which included body-worn digital camera video, surveillance video, and recorded witness interviews,” The Oklahoman reports.
“The grand jury concluded a use-of-force skilled wouldn’t help or be essential to their deliberation concerning this matter,” the grand jury wrote.
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