12/15/16 – 4:13 A.M.
The investigation into a Findlay shooting death might not result in murder charges. The Courier reports police currently consider the death of 24-year-old Trey James a homicide, but investigators reportedly are considering evidence that could show the shooting was in self-defense. Lt. Robert Ring tells the newspaper investigators are waiting on the results of a ballistics report. They also want to talk to at least two people who might know what happened on George Street last Friday.
Ring says the people who were at the home when the shooting happened knew each other.
Commissioner Phil Riegle tells the newspaper the grand jury would likely decide at some point if charges are appropriate in the case.
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