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LILLINGTON, N.C. (WNCN) – A Harnett County Grand Jury has declined to indict Deputy Nicholas Kehagias who shot and killed a man in November.
Family and friends of the man who was shot and killed doubted that justice would be served. They have been protesting for months.
Grand jury proceedings began Monday for Harnett County Deputy Nicholas Kehagais.
Kehagias' attorney filed motion asking the judge if Kehagias could testify before grand jury but the judge denied request.
"I almost feel like the grand jury's gonna be a waste of time," said Carmen Saylor, a friend of John Livingston, who was killed after an altercation with Kehagais.