Grand Jury Says Cop Had No Authorization To Shoot Boy Holding Wii RemoteWSBTV
Apr. 26, 2014
FACT CHECK: Hillary Said 90% of Clinton Foundation Donations go to Charity. Actual Number? 5.7%
John Podesta Wasn't 'Hacked,' He Fell For An Email Phishing Scam
Jorge Ramos: "The Future of this Country Will be Composed Solely by Minorities," It's "Beautiful"
69yo Shirley Teter 'Backtracks,' 'Changes Her Story' After O'Keefe Video
Dem Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee Denounces 'Wikipedia' for Publishing Leaked Emails!
EUHARLEE, Ga. — Channel 2 Action News has learned that a grand jury has found that a Euharlee police officer was not authorized to shoot a 17-year-old while responding to a call in February.
Authorities say Cpl. Beth Gatny fatally shot Christopher Roupe, saying Roupe was pointing a gun at her on Feb. 14 when Gatny knocked on the door of the Roupe home to serve a probation warrant to the teen’s father.
Roupe's attorney said family members told him the teen was holding a Nintendo Wii controller.
Tuesday the Cherokee County District Attorney’s Office said a grand jury heard testimony in the case over the course of two days and found that the use of force by Gatny was not authorized.
[...]The grand jury also recommended that the DA’s office take further action in the case.