Grand Jury Makes Decision About Officer-Involved Shooting
A grand jury made a big decision Tuesday in the case of a May deadly shooting that involved an officer.
The jury decided it was a justifiable homicide, and the Alachua County Sheriff's Office deputy will not have to go to trial.
Sheriff's Office Lt. Mike Hanson shot 18-year-old Nicholous Weeks back in May.
Weeks got into a fight with the lieutenant near the intersection of Northwest 34th Street and Northwest 39th Avenue.
Weeks was shot multiple times and died at the scene.
Tonight on the Nightbeat, TV20 will hear from Weeks' father about the decision.
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