The Madison police officer who shot and killed Tony Robinson had been highly praised for acts of heroism and professionalism in his years on the force.More >>
The Madison police officer who shot and killed Tony Robinson had been highly praised for acts of heroism and professionalism in his years on the force. More >>
MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- The Wisconsin Department of Justice plans to hand its final reports on what led up to a white Madison Police officer killing an unarmed biracial man to prosecutors this week.
DOJ spokeswoman Anne Schwartz says the agency plans to hand its reports to Dane County District Attorney Ismael Ozanne on Friday. She says the reports won't be made public until Ozanne decides whether to file charges.
Attorney General Brad Schimel has said DOJ won't make a charging recommendation. Ozanne said Monday that he won't know how long it may take to make a decision until he has all the reports.
Kenny shot 19-year-old Tony Robinson in an apartment house stairwell on March 6. Kenny was responding to calls that Robinson had attacked two people and was running in traffic.
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