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UPDATE: Records released in Tony Robinson shooting investigation

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UPDATE (WKOW)--  Tony Robinson's mother, Andrea Irwin, spoke to 27 News after the release of hundreds of documents related to her son.

Madison Police released documents relating to Robinson and records relating to history Matt Kenny, the officer that shot and killed Robinson.

In a statement to 27 News Irwin said  “I want to say first and foremost that any previous incident reports, whether they involve my son or not, have nothing to do with the facts what happened March 6, 2015. My son died and that has nothing to do with these incidents. And on top of that, the 21 incidents that are being reported have nothing to do with my son. Those were not his incidents, he was a junior. These 21 incidents span over a 20 year period and it was not my son.”


MADISON (WKOW) --- Madison Police have released hundreds of documents requested after the death of 19-year-old Tony Robinson, was shot and killed by Officer Matthew Kenny on March 6.

Documents include prior police contact with Tony Robinson, Officer Kenny's personnel file, and MPD's Use of Force reports involving Officer Kenny.

No documents related to the March 6 shooting are being released, as that case is currently open.

27 News asked the Dane County District Attorney's Office on Friday if it had a timeline for when it will make a decision on whether Officer Kenny will be criminally charged in Robinson's shooting.  A representative of the DA's office, which received results of the state investigation one week ago, responded they cannot promise a "deadline or timeline on a case of this magnitude." 

27 News is looking though the pages of documents. They are posted on the the City of Madison Police Department web page here.

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