New Info In UF Grad Student Shooting
State Attorney Bill Cervone says he does not plan to prosecute University of Florida Graduate Student Kofi Adu-Brempong. This comes three months after a violent standoff with police that ended with Adu-Brempong being shot.
On May 21st the five U.F. police officers involved in the incident were cleared of wrongdoing.
In a follow-up to an earlier story, TV20's Josh Rosenthal tells us that the Florida Department of Law Enforcement investigation is now public along with some new information.
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